The world awoke this morning to learn that the American public has elected Donald Trump as the new President-elect of the United States. Alan Werlau, Senior Investment Strategist, explains how Trump's victory may affect financial markets.
Enabling and empowering the next generation to do great things is important to Davy and we are committed to making a difference that matters. Teens should keep these tips in mind for a brighter future.
Ahead of the US presidential election, Alan Werlau spoke with Mona Sutphen, former White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy and keynote speaker at this year’s Davy Annual Conference, to hear her views on the possible implications of the result.
How will the US election play out? Alan Werlau, Senior Investment Strategist examines the political polarisation of American society and the economic climate preceding the election and also looks at how the two presidential candidates will address the growing public discontent.
Republican or Democrat? David Collins, Investment Strategist, analyses historic equity market data to determine whether a Republican or Democrat president is better for the stock market.
Governments around the world are increasingly looking to fund new infrastructure projects. David Hillery, Investment Strategist, looks at infrastructure as an emerging investment theme.
Helping your children financially can give them a solid platform for the rest of their lives. Brian Walsh, Director of Financial Planning, considers a number of important emotional and practical questions to be addressed before taking that step.
Introducing your children to budgeting from their earliest earnings, be that from pocket money or generous relatives, can be an invaluable experience for them.
The way in which individuals and companies are giving to charities is changing. In this article, Deirdre Lyons and Clare Collins outline how investment advisers are dealing with the evolving philanthropic needs of their clients.
Helping your children recognise what they are good at now will stand to them when they consider a career path later on.