Highlights from Capital Economics
08 December 2016
Paul Dales, Chief Australia & New Zealand Economist, Capital Economics told Bloomberg’s Doug Krizner and Shery Ahn the Reserve Bank of Australia will likely reduce interest rates to one percent next year.
15 November 2016
Better-than-expected Q3 GDP and a weaker yen might have made the BOJ’s job slightly easier but roadblocks remain, says Capital Economics’ Senior Japan Economist, Marcel Thieliant.
14 November 2016
Paul Dales, chief Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics, discusses what Donald Trump’s presidency could mean for Asia, for U.S. interest rates. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Yvonne Man and Betty Liu on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
09 November 2016
In this post-election webinar, our Chief Economist, Jonathan Loynes, and Chief North American Economist, Paul Ashworth, discuss Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the US Presidential election and the implications for the US economy and global financial markets.
03 November 2016
Following the decision by Egypt’s central bank to devalue the pound and shift to a floating exchange rate, our Chief Emerging Markets Economist, Neil Shearing, and Middle East Economist, Jason Tuvey, discuss what this means for the Egyptian economy and other emerging markets.
20 October 2016
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China Economist, discusses our proprietary China Activity Proxy, an alternative measurement that we use to gauge growth in China, charting economic indicators such as freight traffic, property sales and electricity consumption.
19 October 2016
In the wake of Brexit and amid growing uncertainly about the euro-zone’s prospects, Switzerland and the Nordics offer a number of alternative investment destinations. In our webinar we address the following questions:
- Are Switzerland and the Nordics really safe havens?
- Is the Swiss National Back running out of ammunition and how big a threat is deflation?
- Can the Riksbank buck the trend and tighten policy?
- What are the implications for the region’s currencies?
Neil Shearing, Chief Emerging Markets Economist talks to Bloomberg economic about growth in emerging markets
12 October 2016
Neil Shearing, chief emerging markets economist at Capital Economics, discusses economic growth in emerging markets on Bloomberg TV.
Senior European Economist Jennifer McKeown talks to Voice of America about problems at Deutsche Bank
11 October 2016
Our Senior European Economist Jennifer Mckeown outlines the risk that Deutsche Bank’s fine may be larger than it can afford, but explains her view that a government bail-out is quite possible.
20 September 2016
Capital Economics Chief European Economist, Jonathan Loynes discusses the burden ahead for central banks on Bloomberg TV.