Highlights from Capital Economics
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.
15 September 2016
Paul Hollingsworth, UK economist at Capital Economics, says that while the Bank of England is not expected to cut rates, or release any further quantitative easing this week, policymakers will be ready to act when needed.
Paul Dales speaks on Bloomberg TV discussing the key events that will move markets this week, including the Bank of Japan’s policy review
08 August 2016
Paul Dales, chief Australia and New Zealand economist at Capital Economics, discusses the key events that will move markets this week, including the Bank of Japan’s policy review. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Berry Liu and Yvonne Man on “Daybreak Asia.”
John Ashbourne speaks on Arise TV about the economic impact of militant attacks on Nigeria’s oil production sites
04 August 2016
Capital Economics’ John Ashbourne speaks to Arise TV about the economic impact of militant attacks on Nigeria’s oil production sites in the Niger Delta, the implications of the Government’s response, and the longer-term outlook for the country’s economy with a weakening naira causing rising inflation and a further disruption to Nigeria’s investment appeal.
Shilan Shah speaks on ET Now about hopes of a dovish RBI Governor replacing Rajan improving FII flows
29 July 2016
Capital Economics’ Shilan Shah speaks about hopes of a dovish RBI Governor replacing Rajan improving FII flows.
Neil Shearing speaking at the Bonds & Loans conference about what investors should watch for in Brazil.
07 June 2016
Capital Economics’ Neil Shearing speaks at the Bonds & Loans conference in Sao Paulo about what investors should watch for in Brazil.