Nordic & Swiss Economics
This service offers independent economic analysis and unbiased forecasts for 6 countries: Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. It offers both timely responses to new data and more in-depth coverage of current trends and likely future developments, with a focus on currencies and other financial market variables.
The subscription to this service includes 3-5 publications a week, access to our online research archive and our economists, and the opportunity to attend our conferences, forums and webinars.
- Independent research and forecasts for Switzerland and the Nordic economies.
- Insight into prospects for some of the world’s most-traded currencies.
- Analysis on the future path of interest rates and the implications for fixed-income markets.
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Chief Europe Economist
Andrew Kenningham is our Chief Europe Economist. He has overall responsibility for running our European economics service and contributes more generally to our international economic analysis. Andrew joined Capital Economics in 2011 and has extensive experience as an international economist, most recently as Deputy Chief Economist in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Andrew previously worked for Merrill Lynch for eight years, covering Emerging Europe, Middle East and Africa for their fixed income business. Andrew has lived and worked as an economist in both Bulgaria and India. He has degrees in Economics and Economic History from Manchester University and the London School of Economics.
Deputy Chief Euro-zone Economist
Jack Allen-Reynolds is our Deputy Chief Euro-zone Economist and has nearly a decade’s experience analysing the euro-zone economy and ECB. He regularly presents to clients on the economic and financial market outlook, and comments on economic developments in the media. Before joining the company in 2013, he worked as a Portfolio Manager at the Bank of England and an Assistant Economist at HM Treasury. Jack has degrees in Economics from the University of Sheffield and Economic History from the London School of Economics.