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China Takes Steps to Counter Trade Risks

Meghan Shue |
Wilmington Wire

July 27, 2018—Emerging markets (EM) assets have had a rough go of it this year, to say the least. EM equities are down 13%[1] from their January highs, and currencies have been similarly challenged. The combination of a tightening Fed, a stronger dollar, trade tensions, and slowing global growth have compounded with country-specific concerns to weigh on EM assets. We have


Why Consider Florida?

Wilmington Trust |
Wealth Planning

The Sunshine State offers a host of financial and tax benefits.  Florida residents likely enjoy significantly reduced tax obligations compared to many other states. Florida does not impose a personal income tax, an inheritance tax, a gift tax, or an intangible personal property tax. The more ties you have to Florida, the more likely your


Brexit – Will Pragmatism Finally Overcome Ideology?

Clement K. Miller |
Wilmington Wire

July 13, 2018—The unresolved issue of Brexit—the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU)—continues to present ongoing uncertainty for the UK and broader European equities. Markets have already priced in much of this uncertainty. If the UK fails to conclude an agreement with the EU on post-Brexit arrangements, we believe equities will be negatively repriced. If the U.K.