The world has felt increasingly shaky over the past quarter – from Brexit, to problems in Spain, to the unstable presence in the White House. However, stock markets have continued to nudge higher in spite of these problems, as economic indicators have been generally benign.
We now face a situation where loose monetary policy is being withdrawn, even in the UK where the economic situation hardly seems to warrant it. With asset prices high, this creates vulnerability across financial markets.
However, this picture is not universal. There are different countries and different asset classes following a different path. In this edition of Hub News, we aim to explore some of those areas, from life sciences to infrastructure, from Asia to opportunities in the UK. We also look at some of the most pressing issues, including inflation and the withdrawal of quantitative easing.
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