Highlights from Capital Economics
13 May 2016
Neil Shearing speaks to CNBC about the impeachment of Brazil’s president and the implications for the economy.
21 April 2016
Jonathan Loynes, chief European economist at Capital Economics talks talks to Bloomberg TV about the European Central Bank and helicopter money.
Neil Shearing speaks to CNBC about what might come next in Brazil after President Rousseff’s impeachment
18 April 2016
Neil Shearing, chief Emerging Markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses the implications from impeachment in Brazil with Luis Oganes, JP Morgan Chase (Source: CNBC).
15 April 2016
Capital Economics’ Neil Shearing talks to BNN about Brazil’s vote on weather or not to impeach president on Sunday. (Source: BNN)
13 April 2016
Capital Economics’ Jonathan Loynes talks to CNN about the euro-zone, Greece and the ECB.
12 April 2016
Paul Dales interviewed on Sky News on how exposed the Australian housing sector is exposed to debt.
31 March 2016
Neil Shearing, chief Emerging Markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses the political hurdles in Brazil with Larry McDonald, ACG Analytics’ head of global macro strategy (Source: CNBC).
29 March 2016
Neil Shearing, chief Emerging Markets economist at Capital Economics, feels this year there will be a turn around lead by China and that they are critical to commodity and manufacturers. He sits with Tom Keene and Barry Ritholtz on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
09 February 2016
Capital Economics’ emerging markets economist Liza Ermolenko’s interview on Russian privatisation.
27 January 2016
Paul Dales, chief Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics, discusses the economic data that might move markets this week. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Angie Lau on “First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)