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Week ending 9th February 2018. - 12th February 2018

It has been a bit of a wild week for equity markets to say the least, with most ending the week down in excess of 5%. […]

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Week ending 2nd February 2018. - 5th February 2018

Global equity prices fell this week in a classic knee-jerk reaction to higher US bond yields following a hawkish Fed statement and strong US employment data.

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Week ending 26th January 2018. - 29th January 2018

Between the US government shutdown and the World Economic Forum in Davos, this week’s news stories have been filled with the world’s powerful and elite from […]

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Week ending 19th January 2018. - 22nd January 2018

US equity indices continued to make new highs this week. While journalists love to talk about extended valuations and over-priced equities, I believe they are painting […]

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Week ending 12th January 2018. - 15th January 2018

Global equity markets continued their upward trend this week helped by economic data. While US CPI inflation slowed in December to 2.1% from 2.2% in November, […]

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Week ending 5th January 2018. - 8th January 2018

Global equities got off to a great start to the new year amid signs that the non-inflationary global economic expansion continues to gain momentum. In the […]

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Week ending 15th December 2017. - 18th December 2017

It has been a busy week for central banks. On Wednesday we saw Janet Yellen perform what is likely to be her final press conference as […]

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Week ending 8th December 2017. - 11th December 2017

US jobs data was more of the same: job growth was robust but wage gains tepid. Non-Farm Payrolls rose 228,000 (beating forecasts of 195,000) and while […]

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Week ending 1st December 2017. - 4th December 2017

However in the UK, this week’s progress in Brexit negotiations shifted expectations from a hard to a soft Brexit (and a soft Brexit means better economic […]

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Week ending 24th November 2017. - 27th November 2017

While I feel obliged to comment on the breakdown in German coalition talks, in reality it had little impact on equity markets. Even if it takes […]

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