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SIP Property Fund suspension

Sanlam Investment and Pensions (SIP) have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the SIP Property Fund from 12 noon on 23 March 2020.
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Market Turbulence: Investment Update

In the midst of what has been an extraordinary period of market volatility, please see a video update from our Chief Investment Officer, Phil Smeaton, in which he discusses what has happened in global investment markets of late, what it means for us as investors and why now is a bad time to panic.
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Bank of England cuts interest rates, Schools closed and a £350 billion bailout

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
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Short-Term Noise, Long-Term Investing

Now more than ever it is imperative that investors avoid making decisions motivated by fear. As we have emphasised before, the importance of staying invested cannot be overstated, even as markets continue to plunge.
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COVID-19 spreads, equities plummet, opportunity knocks

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
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Spring Budget 2020 Summary

In this Government’s first budget and the first since the UK left the EU, the Chancellor, just four weeks in to his role, was faced with a number of challenges. Our summary sets out the main changes to tax rates and allowances for individuals, companies and trustees. It also aims to identify other notable changes which may be of interest.
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Reaction to global market correction

On Monday global markets saw some of their biggest moves in recent history, with the FTSE down 8%, and this on the back of two weeks of equity market weakness. There are some significant issues of concern for investors as the Coronavirus evolves into a pandemic but as long-term investors, it's very important to contextualise recent events.
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US Federal Reserve and the Bank of Canada cut policy rates

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