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.
- 22 March, 2019 in Euro likely to fall further in 2019, before rebounding in 2020
- 21 March, 2019 in Investors banking on an unrealistic “soft landing” in the US
- 20 March, 2019 in 10yr UST yield likely to fall further, as the Fed turns more dovish
- 19 March, 2019 in Rally in euro-zone peripheral bonds unlikely to last
- 18 March, 2019 in The market implications of a shift in EM monetary policy
- 15 March, 2019 in Looser BoJ policy unlikely to prevent stronger yen this year
- 14 March, 2019 in Limited upside for euro-zone equities if no-deal Brexit is avoided
- 13 March, 2019 in Further upside for sterling likely to be limited for now
- 12 March, 2019 in Barring “no deal”, Brexit to remain a sideshow for most markets
- 11 March, 2019 in Rebound in S&P 500 unlikely to last
- 8 March, 2019 in US employment report supports our bearish view of equities
- 7 March, 2019 in What to make of the ECB’s dovish stance