Five consequences of ‘lower for longer’ interest rates
As the damage to the global economy from Covid-19 becomes clear, few central bankers would contemplate raising rates.
28th Sep 2020
Ben Whitmore: Dividends in lockdown
Dividends have gone into lockdown. As the world attempts to control the spread of coronavirus.
Jupiter Asset Management
10th Jun 2020
Europe market review: European economies shrink in Q1
European equity markets generally rebounded in April after sustaining steep falls in March.
19th May 2020
Global bond market review: Seeking safe havens
Global bond yields declined during January as investors sought safe havens against a backdrop of rising worry over the Coronavirus.
13th Feb 2020
Global update: Coronavirus hits investor sentiment
Investor sentiment was initially buoyed in January as the US and China signed their interim trade deal, driving US share indices to new all-time highs.
4th Feb 2020
Europe market review: ECB restarts QE
During September, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced another programme of economic stimulus measures designed to shore up the eurozone’s faltering economy.
15th Oct 2019
The Week: All change at the head of Europe’s institutions
The UK is not the only place undergoing a change of leadership. Europe is in the process of appointing new heads for the European Commission and European Central Bank.
11th Jul 2019
Corporate activity grips UK markets
Despite ongoing Brexit-related uncertainties and fresh political instability in the UK, newsflow during April was dominated by a wave of corporate activity. Elsewhere, the ECB reassured...
1st May 2018
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