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Bank of Japan – Some Further Thoughts As we have had more time to digest the announcements from the Bank of Japan (BoJ) last Wednesday, there are a number of things that catch our attention. Firstly, my old university economics … Continue reading
1. Japanese Government Bonds – Canaries in the Coalmine? In late January 2016, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) surprisingly cut their deposit rate to -0.10%, despite BoJ Governor Kuroda denying that he had contemplated such an action only a few … Continue reading
ECB Meeting – Some Further Thoughts Having had an extra couple of days to digest the European Central Bank’s (ECB) announcement and subsequent press conference, we think that ECB President Draghi will have enjoyed a glass of Chianti this weekend, … Continue reading
Forthcoming ECB Meeting – What Might Happen? The ECB approach their meeting this week in a good position. Recent data has shown that, so far, the impact of Brexit on European economic activity has been minimal, with August Purchasing Manager … Continue reading
Paresh Upadhyaya is Director of Currency Strategy, U.S. at Pioneer Investments. The UK’s vote to leave the EU will have global economic and financial consequences. During the initial days of uncertainty, global financial markets sold off sharply as markets were determining … Continue reading