Renminbi Falls. But could this be good news? (4 min read)

By Mirza Baig | August 8, 2019

It’s an ‘escalation’, a ‘weaponisation’, even a ‘Pandora’s Box of uncertainty’. You can choose from

Recent Recession Forecasts are Crying Wolf (4 min read)

By John Tierney | August 8, 2019

It’s a sure way to attract media coverage: publish a report calling for recession in

Oil’s existential crisis? (3 min read)

By Virendra Chauhan | August 6, 2019

Oil has fallen out of favour with investors as geopolitical events combined with Donald Trump’s

What Investors Are Thinking: The July Scan (3 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | August 1, 2019

The worsening European picture and the Fed’s ‘hawkish’ cut dominated July. Weak European growth and

Are Markets Under Anaesthetics? (3 min read)

By Salomon Sebbag | August 1, 2019

A few months ago I went under full anaesthetic for an operation. Although I was

The Fed’s Shooting Star: An Insurance Cut or the Start of an Easing Cycle? (4 min read)

By George Goncalves | July 30, 2019

In the US, July will conclude with a series of potentially spectacular meteor showers and,

Boris’s Trumpian Pounding (2 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | July 30, 2019

‘The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make

Do Negative Interest Rates Work? (4 min read)

By John Tierney | July 25, 2019

For most of us, including those trained in finance and the more practical side of

Turkey’s Erdogan Undoes Hard Work (4 min read)

By Thanos Papasavvas | July 24, 2019

All the hard work of the past year will be put to waste if, as

US Yield Curve Set to Steepen: How Will FX Markets Perform in Response? (3 min read)

By Henrik Gullberg | July 22, 2019

There is a growing expectation that the US yield curve is set to steepen again.

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