Capital Daily is e-mailed late in the afternoon of the UK business day. It serves as an early “morning meeting note” for clients in Europe, Asia and the UK, and is available even sooner to clients in North America during their business day.
- Comprehensive yet concise coverage of the key issues affecting global economies and markets.
- High frequency product enabling clients to stay on top of developments.
- Quick and easy to digest – 2-3 pages.
- 23 May, 2019 in Gold likely to regain its lustre before the year is out
- 22 May, 2019 in The US/China trade war doesn’t pose a big risk to Treasuries
- 21 May, 2019 in Sterling still at the mercy of Brexit developments
- 20 May, 2019 in Equities in India may continue to outperform those in Asia
- 17 May, 2019 in Aussie dollar may fall further, particularly against the yen
- 16 May, 2019 in Bund yields likely to stay negative for much longer than in 2016
- 15 May, 2019 in BTPs likely to continue underperforming other peripheral bonds
- 14 May, 2019 in Renminbi still a casualty, not a weapon, in trade war
- 13 May, 2019 in Renewed curve inversion suggests slide in S&P 500 is not over
- 10 May, 2019 in Post-tariff bounce in China’s stock markets unlikely to last
- 9 May, 2019 in Safe havens likely to remain in demand regardless of trade deal
- 8 May, 2019 in Outperformance of US equities may be coming to an end