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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Observations on the Capital Markets – Week Ended February 21, 2014 The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) stirred the pot again by saying raising the minimum wage would cost jobs, causing a rare public rebuke from The White House. The G-20 … Continue reading
As we begin 2014, economies in developed countries are gathering momentum and central banks are retaining accommodative monetary policies, which extend support for risky assets. U.S. corporate capital (CAPEX) expenditure is being revived, marking an improvement necessary for upgrading the … Continue reading
Pioneer Investments’ Head of Global Asset Allocation Research, Monica Defend, assesses the progress of Abenomics – the series of economic reforms implemented by the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe – and discusses her outlook for the Japanese market. What … Continue reading
The weather has certainly been bad . . . but some of last week’s economic data suggests that the weakness is not just weather-related (e.g. construction jobs have held up relatively well, online sales have been weaker than those of … Continue reading