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Monthly Archives: March 2016
The Barker Report will be back next week. Have a very happy Easter.
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Brexit, Schmexit! Part 2: The Banks
The second installment of the Brexit, Schmexit series looks into the threats and opportunities for London as a global financial hub Continue reading
Posted in Currencies, Economy, Foreign Trade, Stocks Tagged Banks, Brexit, Europe, European Union, UK 2 Comments
How Low Can You Go?
Central banks are running out of tools to affect their economies. Interest rates are already negative in two countries, while several treasuries have had negative yields for a while. Is this sustainable, and for how long? Continue reading
Posted in Bonds, Currencies, Economy, Stocks Tagged ECB, Fed, Federal Reserve, Interest Rates 1 Comment
Brexit, Schmexit! Part 1: The Pound
The recent announcement on a Brexit referendum has sent the Pound to its 2008-2009 recession lows against the Dollar. Is this rational? Continue reading
Posted in Currencies, Economy, Foreign Trade Tagged Brexit, Europe, European Union, GBP, Referendum, UK 2 Comments