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All eyes on Draghi

7 September 2017

Ahead of Mario Draghi’s speech at the Jackson Hole symposium...

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A Dovish Surprise At Jackson Hole?

24 August 2017

Toward the end of this week investors’ and market...

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Are we up for another 'Minsky Moment'?

10 August 2017

At the end of each of his ’Money Stuff’ newsletters,...

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FX - Some summer reading

28 July 2017

Currency markets tend to stabilise during August because most...

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Have we seen interest rates bottom out?

13 July 2017

Making sense of financial markets is notoriously hard. One might...

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ECB taper?

30 June 2017

Markets seem to be having a tough time understanding when the ECB...

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Calm seas but storm clouds loom

1 June 2017

Loose monetary policies across developed markets, a more balanced...

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Macron sets the cat among the pigeons

18 May 2017

Recent political elections across the globe have had extraordinary...

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ECB prepares to look through inflation

4 May 2017

Now that the first round of the French election is out of the way,...

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Risk – where art thou?

20 April 2017

I recently spoke to a friend I know from my university days who...

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Inflation - check. Negative real interest -

6 April 2017

The second biggest countdown after New Year’s Eve in Europe...

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German currency/monetary policy wrong ahead

9 March 2017

The ECB’s stated policy objective is price stability, which...

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Putting populism aside for a moment...

22 February 2017

A severe lack of flexibility and an innate tendency to passively...

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Suprise election outcome that could upend

9 February 2017

Pundits, market professionals and casual observers alike will...

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Eurozone: dreadful politics but improving

26 January 2017

There have been reports that banks, fearful of a breakdown in the...

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One size does not fit all in the eurozone

12 January 2017

For years, when discussing the flaws in the euro, economists have...

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Winds of change sweeping across Europe

15 December 2016

Sometimes stating the obvious reveals the truth that everybody is...

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La Sofferanza Italiana

1 December 2016

After the turmoil of Brexit and the US Presidential election, this...

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Trump's policy changes and their impact on

17 November 2016

These are troubling times for Europe....

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A surprise, no matter what

3 November 2016

Given the frequency with which market upheavals seem to take place...

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Only old central bankers dare tell the truth

20 October 2016

Although not an entirely new phenomenon, the propensity for...

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Fines, regulation and policy - how will

6 October 2016

It is somewhat ironic that the fine being imposed by the...

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Markets focus on the Fed and ignore bigger

22 September 2016

Markets are braced today for this evening’s announcement on...

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European growth doesn't look good - but

8 September 2016

Many corporates are affected by volatility in the US dollar, and...

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How will the US, Japan and Italy respond?

25 August 2016

The Olympic flame has been passed to Tokyo and Shinzo Abe, dressed...

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The Olympic challenge to set the EU straight

11 August 2016

Negative rates, asset purchase programs, financial support for...

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Central banks to hold off on interest rate

29 July 2016

The sun still continues to rise, which based on the general...

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Italy's banking and constitutional crises

14 July 2016

Britain’s decision to leave the EU has divided the country,...

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Brexit will happen when UK can sit at the

29 June 2016

On Thursday 23rd June the British electorate voted to leave the...

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Wisdom is gained by learning from the past

20 May 2016

Longer hours, warmer days: finally Greece is back in the minds of...

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Brexit plays on the minds of the central

3 June 2015

So it appears that the UK is a powerful nation with true global...

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