Weekly Market Summary.

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Week ending 13th July 2018. - 16th July 2018

While UK political chaos and Brexit uncertainty stole the show this week, it was Donald Trump that moved equity markets. Global equity markets had a positive […]

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Week ending 6th July 2018. - 9th July 2018

It has been another week that has seen markets engrossed in US tariff negotiations, with all of the proverbial ‘balls’ being batted back in to the […]

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Week ending 29th June 2018. - 2nd July 2018

Global trade continued to influence markets this week, and while there were some positive days, equity markets ultimately closed the week lower. Markets fell on Monday […]

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Week ending 22nd June 2018. - 25th June 2018

Global equities fell this week as tit-for-tat rhetoric towards an all-out trade war escalated after Donald Trump told the US Trade Representative to identify another US$200b […]

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Week ending 15th June 2018. - 18th June 2018

While the media was buzzing as a result of last weekend’s G7 meeting (which ended in turmoil following Donald Trump’s twitter attack on the Canadian Prime […]

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Week ending 8th June 2018. - 11th June 2018

It is good to see that markets are finally starting to ignore the majority of Donald Trump’s tweets and off-the-cuff comments, appreciating that this is simply […]

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Week ending 1st June 2018. - 4th June 2018

This has been one dizzying week! We should have had a positive opening for equity markets given the news over the weekend that the US/North Korea […]

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Week ending 25th May 2018. - 29th May 2018

However, the minutes also noted that it “could be helpful” if PCE inflation modestly overshoot their 2% target – suggesting that the Fed policymakers aren’t likely […]

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Week ending 18th May 2018. - 21st May 2018

This week’s economic data releases were fairly mixed. I was hoping that April’s US retail sales data would provide evidence that US consumer spending was recovering […]

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Week ending 11th May 2018. - 14th May 2018

Brent crude oil hit $77 a barrel this week for the first time since November 2014 after Donald Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal […]

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