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  • 22/06/2017

    The euro’s renaissance unleashes the weaknesses of Europe

    The US dollar has soared some 19% against the euro since the beginning of 2014. From a European point of view two distinct factors put the wind in the dollar’s sails: interest rate differentials and the perception of the dollar as a safe harbour.

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  • 29/05/2017

    Markets forget the bleak long-term picture and focus on the British election

    Next week, British political parties will be battling out the final stages of their election campaigns before voters take to the polling stations on June 8th. Recent surveys reveal that the Conservatives are in the lead with 46% of the vote, ahead of Labour who hold 34%.

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  • 22/05/2017

    Italy’s indebtedness and the imminent need for structural reform

    Whilst markets were fixated on the French elections, Italy’s economic and political problems continued simmering. Italy’s public and private sectors are beleaguered by debt and soon Italy’s banks may require fresh capital injections.

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  • 02/05/2017

    Unrated bonds are an expert’s domain

    Some years ago, ‘bond king’ Jeffrey Gundlach, the founder of DoubleLine Capital said: "Fear and loathing" best describes market sentiment toward risky assets. Today, the era of ultra-low-yields has somewhat reversed this sentiment.

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