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Monthly Archives: January 2016
Equities are having one of their worst Januarys in history. There are a number of factors contributing to this increased market volatility, including: Steep declines in commodity prices, which are causing an increase in credit defaults and are having a … Continue reading
Current market and economic conditions are extremely complex. Structurally low growth, high global debt, and very weak inflation expose the global economy to vulnerabilities and downside risks. Central banks, although remaining vigilant on financial stability, are progressively losing effectiveness, and … Continue reading
All About Alpha We enter 2016 in a different mode to the last number of years. Price Earnings expansion has driven equity markets as central bank policy has encouraged investors towards riskier asset classes. This era of liquidity is now … Continue reading
The global financial markets have started the year in full-blown risk-off mode. The trigger to this acute bout of risk aversion has been a tightening of global financial conditions, with the catalyst being the U.S. The Bloomberg U.S. Financial Conditions … Continue reading
What are the reasons that are driving the equity market correction in early 2016? The ongoing market correction is, in my view, a combination of different factors; macroeconomic and technical. As already happened last summer, financial markets have become more … Continue reading