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Tag Archives: Eurozone
1. Economic data and Political Instability: Recent economic data continues to disappoint. Meanwhile, the political situation in Russia could create adverse headwinds for surrounding economies, notably Germany. The ECB should surely be concerned by these developments.
2014 has not been the year we expected for European Equities. Despite delivering positive returns, the asset class has been shrouded by on-going macro concerns and news flow. Could the stars be aligning for 2015? With greater ECB commitment, a … Continue reading
Today, at their monthly interest rate meeting, the ECB announced no significant changes to their monetary policy settings. Market expectations had recently shifted from expecting an immediate start to sovereign Quantitative Easing (QE), to looking for a signal that sovereign … Continue reading
Margin calls? A short squeeze? A panic? Whatever the combination, it was a wild ride in the markets last week. Bond yields rode a roller coaster, ending slightly lower. The Barclays Aggregate and BoA Merrill Lynch High Yield (MLHY) Indices … Continue reading
Last week in the capital markets was a “risk-off” week. We saw more signs that manufacturing is driving moderate economic growth. There was also some good news for the “residential investment” component of gross domestic product (GDP). It’s shaping up … Continue reading