Europe market review: Outlook for Europe remains subdued
Europe was blighted by a fresh wave of lockdown measures during January in response to rising Covid-19 infection rates. Economic activity in the eurozone is unlikely to recover to pre-pandemic levels...
16th Feb 2021
UK equity income market review: UK dividends fall sharply in Q2
UK investors suffered some of the most severe dividend cuts in the world during the second quarter.
16th Sep 2020
The Week: Grim reading on UK data
The UK’s economic output slumped in the second quarter – and the future’s not looking too bright either.
12th Aug 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
Europe market review: ECB launches review of its monetary policy strategy
The eurozone’s economy expanded by only 0.1% during the fourth quarter of 2019.
12th Feb 2020
Global bond market review: Investors eye riskier assets in December
A mood of tentative optimism blunted the attractions of government bonds during December.
15th Jan 2020
Global bond market review: Central banks start to ease
Bond yields continued their decline into June: prices rose as several central banks loosened their monetary policy stance.
10th Jul 2019
What next for Brexit?
After months of political wrangling over Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would stand down as leader of the Conservative Party.
28th May 2019
Europe market review: Eurozone stages a rally
The eurozone’s economy rebounded during the first three months of 2019, posting quarter-on-quarter growth of 0.4%. Italy emerged from recession, supported by export activity.
14th May 2019
Europe market review: “No breakthrough in sight”
Further “robust but constructive” Brexit talk between Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker yielded no change in February.
6th Mar 2019
The Week: Is disappointing Eurozone economic data a one-off?
Slowing growth, weak retail sales, declining industrial production. No, it’s not the UK, but the Eurozone, which, until recently was the darling of the global economy.
10th May 2018
Europe market review: Post-Brexit future of Northern Ireland remains in doubt
European share prices generally fell in February, undermined by speculation that major central banks may be poised to tighten monetary policy more quickly than previously anticipated....
14th Mar 2018
Europe market review: Observations on the French election
Observations on the French election
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen have won the first round of voting in the French presidential election and will face each other in the final round on May 7. Th...
2nd May 2017
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