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GWA Staff and Community News Spring 2021

Since our last newsletter we have celebrated the success of two of our colleagues who have attained further professional qualifications. Mark Harrison from our Wealth Management division is now a Chartered Financial Adviser and Muna Kala has become a qualified ACA.

We are also celebrating some notable work anniversaries. Trish Melia and Liz Scott have both reached 30 years of service while Neil Forrest and Catriona Robertson have each been with us for 10 years. We congratulate you all and thank you for your loyalty and dedication.

Outside of our offices we are delighted to announce a couple of additions to the wider GWA family. We send our warmest wishes to James Patterson and his wife Linzi on the safe arrival of their daughter Amelia (and of course not forgetting the proud grandfathers, Alan Patterson and Anthony Hogg) and also to Chris Brown and his wife Clare on the birth of their daughter Alanna.

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Global Market Commentary – June

2024 always promised to be a busy year for elections, with one half of the world’s population heading to the polls. As far as financial markets are concerned, political surprises have now bubbled up in several countries within a short period of time. With much still to be decided by voters, there is greater uncertainty in the short-term investment outlook. However, inflation remains on a declining path in the UK, US and Europe, while economic growth appears strong.

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Recent data has hinted at a divergence between the US and UK/EU economies, with signs of an economic slowdown in the States coinciding with Britain and Europe rebounding from a period of stagnant GDP growth. Having been neglected for several years post-Brexit, there is hope that UK stocks may finally prosper given a more favourable macroeconomic environment.