Weekly Market Summary.

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Week ending 7th December 2018. - 10th December 2018

Although Donald Trump described last Saturday’s (1 December 2018) meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, as a “BIG leap forward” after they agreed a 90 […]

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Week ending 30th November 2018. - 3rd December 2018

Trade and the Fed remained front and centre this week. I appreciate that many clients are getting bored with me going on and on about US […]

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Week ending 23rd November 2018. - 26th November 2018

Following Mike Pence’s (the US Vice President) comments at last weekend’s APEC summit, talk of a new cold trade war between the US and China dominated […]

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Week ending 16th November 2018. - 19th November 2018

Brexit obviously took centre stage this week and while the media’s portrayal of all the Brexit fandango has been that Theresa May’s draft deal was ‘dead […]

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

The media has been in a frenzy all week. Hot off the ‘excitement’ that there will be a Spice Girls reunion tour, interest in the US […]

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

After an arguably healthy pullback in US markets in October, global markets have started November in a positive fashion; ending this week higher ahead of the […]

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

The aim of the Fed’s current monetary tightening cycle should be to cool down (not contract) the US economy (the world’s largest economy) – i.e. it […]

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

While there wasn’t an awful lot of fresh information in the Fed minutes (the US economy is performing well, but the labour market is tightening), policymakers […]

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

As you can see from the accompanying table, it hasn’t been a pretty week, as a sea of red hit equity markets. This was predominately due […]

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

What started out as a reasonably positive, risk-on week thanks to progress on trade agreements, ended up being disappointing by the time the closing bell rang […]

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