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Author Archives: David Greene
1. UK – Some Easter Egg-citement No sooner had we recovered from the chocolate hangover of the Easter weekend than UK Prime Minister Theresa May pulled her own bunny out of a hat by announcing a surprise general election to … Continue reading
1. German Short-Dated Bonds Revisited A couple of weeks ago in our blog we noted how the short-end of the German sovereign yield curve had become very expensive, and wondered if that richening, particularly against swaps, might reverse. Since then, … Continue reading
Brexit – “Since EU Been Gone” Song titles are popular amongst financial commentators to describe events in markets, and last week was no different. In our attempts to describe the triggering of Article 50 by the UK, we came up … Continue reading
1. UK Inflation A week after retiring Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) – member Kristen Forbes voted for a rate hike, the release of UK inflation data put further pressure on the Bank of England (BOE). With headline inflation increasing from … Continue reading
1. UK & Article 50 – “It’s the End of the World as We Know It” Last week, following a bit of back-and-forth between the lower House of Commons and upper House of Lords, legislation was introduced that allows UK … Continue reading