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14.10.2015
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Financial markets continue to be dominated by speculation over the timing of Fed rate hikes and concerns over the health of the global economy. Growth forecasts have been cut on the margin in recent months, reflecting lower expectations for the second half of the year in the US and a materially weaker outlook for Emerging Markets. The Fed’s focus on external risks in their decision not to hike in September stoked these concerns. [more]
08.09.2015
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Markets in the last month were marked by the global correction triggered by China’s devaluation and the sharp leg lower in China equities. EM FX was particularly affected, with 5-10 percent declines across countries; commodities sold-off materially, with oil falling to its lowest level since the crisis; global equities often erased year-to-date gains, wiping out USD5tn of market capitalisation in a matter of days. [more]
28.07.2015
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Greece, the sell-offs in China equities and in commodities dominated market attention in recent weeks and months. Greece is no longer in focus. The deal with Europe put an end to months of brinkmanship, and the risk of Grexit has receded for now – even if Greek political dynamics remain a risk in the next 3-6 months. [more]
09.07.2015
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We seem to be approaching the conclusion of this episode of the Greece saga. Following rejection by Greeks of an agreement with Europe at the referendum, the odds of Grexit have risen materially. But we continue to see Greece staying in the euro as marginally more likely, not least because the majority of Greeks prefer so. [more]
23.06.2015
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Greece negotiations at last took a turn for the better, leading to a substantial relief rally as the prospect of Grexit diminished. The next step is to get the agreement approved in Greece; while we expect this to be completed in the next few weeks, the process may be noisy and result in a change in government coalition. [more]
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