Alternative Data to Generate Alpha (3 min read)

By Saeed Amen | June 20, 2019

In recent years the availability of new alternative datasets for financial markets has expanded enormously,

Trump’s Weak Dollar Policy (4 min read)

By Mirza Baig | June 20, 2019

In May the US commerce department requested powers to impose tariffs on nations with undervalued

Bank Of England To Use Maradona Playbook (3 min read)

By Jason Simpson | June 17, 2019

The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) appears to have delivered a key message:

US Growth In Good Zone For Equities (2 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | June 13, 2019

Over the past week, we’ve seen a raft of US activity data for May. Manufacturing

Fed Needs 50bps Cut For Impact (3 min read)

By George Goncalves | June 13, 2019

A combination of disappointing US jobs and inflation data, dovish Fed comments, and concerns over

FX Carry Is Back (2 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | June 12, 2019

As the Fed capitulates on its hiking cycle, it joins other central banks like the

Climate Cancer Is Not Going Away (3 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | June 3, 2019

Last weekend saw the UK’s hottest day of the year, and there is a chance

Euro-area Too Dependent On World Trade (2 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | May 31, 2019

The big problem for the Euro-area is that it is geared primarily to international trade.

Gloomy US Yields, Silver Lining for US Stocks (2 min read)

By Bilal Hafeez | May 28, 2019

Yields have tumbled from their November 2018 peak of around 3.25% to a paltry 2.3%

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