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Author Archives: Giordano Lombardo
Central Banks are likely to continue to dominate the global economy as well as financial markets again in 2015. Asset prices will likely benefit from abundant liquidity. However, divergent monetary policies required by divergent growth paths can be expected to … Continue reading
We are convinced that, after the long bull market run, we are now entering a new phase where volatility is going to remain a principal feature and where returns are going to remain suppressed for a long time. What is materially different … Continue reading
The Fed confirmed the end of Quantitative Easing (QE) and changed its rhetoric on the job market. The unemployment rate is (finally) gradually declining, as is the underutilization in the labor market, although it remains high by historical standards. The … Continue reading
On Sunday October 26th 2014, the ECB released the results of the Comprehensive Assessment (CA) – which encompassed the Asset Quality Review (AQR – which covered all large banks in the Eurozone) as well as Stress Tests that also included … Continue reading
Economic fundamentals (the “real economy”) have been struggling to catch up with the buoyant behavior of financial markets and, eventually, these diverging patterns (gaps) will have to be reconciled. On the economic side, the main global structural imbalances (a mountain … Continue reading