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As part of our wealth management service, Davy Private Clients produces a range of publications to provide clients with insights and analysis of economic, investment and financial planning issues & events which impact on both the global economy and individual portfolios.
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European Elections: Will Eurosceptics Ruin the Party?

European elections are normally considered to be dull affairs. The majority of voters view them as being less relevant to their everyday lives than national elections. However, this may be about to change. The European elections on 22nd - 25th May will be the first since the euro crisis began and the recent troubles in the region have allowed Eurosceptic parties to surf the wave of discontent and gain in popularity.

MarketWatch April 2014
BY Oliver Sinnott
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Bond Iceberg Ahead

Savers are quickly becoming one of the biggest casualties of the post-financial crisis world. The simple reason is that, as central banks keep interest rates at close to zero to revive their struggling economies, the yields on both cash deposits and bonds are so low that many are finding it almost impossible to generate enough income from their hard-earned savings.

Investing Insights April 2014
BY Oliver Sinnott
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The Euro Vision: What Next for Europe?

The recent crisis in Europe has highlighted the shortcomings in the economic and political framework of the region. While in many respects the European integration project has been a great success, if it is to survive, it seems clear that further integration will be necessary to avoid a similar fallout in the future.

MarketWatch April 2014
BY Brian O'Reilly
BY Robbie Kelleher
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Equities: Finding Value in Europe

Not so long ago, Europe was a place to avoid for many investors. As fears of a euro break-up intensified, understandably many steered clear of the region. However, as signs of stability began to emerge last year, investors once again began to move back into European stocks.

MarketWatch April 2014
BY Brian O'Reilly
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Property: Who's Buying Europe?

During the depths of the crisis, Europe was largely un-investable. Even the remote prospect of the euro not surviving was more than enough to deter investors, but with conditions now starting to stabilise, investors are coming back in droves looking to pick up property and other cheap assets across the continent.

MarketWatch April 2014
BY Mary Cahill
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Ireland: Emerging From the Ashes

It is just over 90 years since the foundation of an independent Irish State and we are facing some important commemorations in the next few years: 1916 in just three years’ time and the centenary celebrations of the foundation of the State itself in 2022.

MarketWatch March 2014
BY Robbie Kelleher
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M&A: The Big Deal

In the past year a number of very high profile Merger and Acquisition (‘M&A’) deals have been announced. This has led some to question whether we are on the cusp of another M&A boom similar to the late 1990s.

Investing Insights March 2014
BY Oliver Sinnott
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Outlook 2014: Beyond the Crisis

The global economy now appears to have expanded by just under 3% in 2013, a slightly slower rate than in 2012. However, momentum gathered pace in many regions as the year came to an end.

MarketWatch January 2014
BY Brian O'Reilly
BY Robbie Kelleher
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Act Now to Preserve Your Pension Benefits

Sandra Rockett outlines how changes to the Pension Fund Limit may impact you.

Financial Planning Insights January 2014
BY Sandra Rockett
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Brands: Pricing Power

The opportunity for branded goods increasingly lies in faster growing emerging markets. For more than a decade, nations like Brazil, Russia, India and China (“BRICs”) have grown at much faster rates than the West, which has created a burgeoning middle class of several hundred million people.

Investing Insights October 2013
BY Brian O'Reilly
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