Global Markets Update
This frequent, typically single-page, publication contains in-depth analysis of the latest important developments affecting equities, bonds and currencies.
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- 13 June, 2019 in Investors’ trade war focus risks missing bigger picture
- 12 June, 2019 in Donald Trump, not the Fed, to blame for a strong dollar
- 11 June, 2019 in Recent setback for the US dollar likely to be temporary
- 4 June, 2019 in US corporate credit spreads likely to rise much further
- 31 May, 2019 in Italy may soon be considered riskier than Greece
- 29 May, 2019 in Processing the mixed signals from US stocks and bonds
- 29 May, 2019 in EM currencies vulnerable to renminbi depreciation
- 29 May, 2019 in Bleak outlook for Japanese equities
- 24 May, 2019 in EM sovereign dollar bonds not all in the same boat
- 24 May, 2019 in Relentless outperformance of US equities likely to end
- 23 May, 2019 in Divergence in E-Z peripheral bonds likely to continue
- 20 May, 2019 in Populists unlikely to rattle markets at EU elections