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Author Archives: Giordano Lombardo
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end” Seneca A few days after the Brexit vote, which caught most people by surprise, us included, we believe that there are two questions which really matter for investors: 1) Will policymakers … 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
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
What’s Happening In Global Financial Markets? The recent weakness of Chinese equity markets is spreading into risk assets around the world. Developed Markets, initially resilient to Renmbimbi devaluation, are now pricing in the deflationary effects of China’s slowdown on Emerging … Continue reading
The Greek saga escalated over the weekend, with Premier Tsipras calling for a snap referendum. Investors around the world are asking, what’s next? Next Sunday, the Greek people will technically be voting on the terms offered by the trio of institutions … Continue reading