52 insights found
03 December 2019
UK General Election Update: Uncertainty likely to continue to disincentivise investment in 2020
UK General Election enters its final phase with a Conservative majority on the cards, but with no immediate comfort for business
14 November 2019
UK faces Brexit-fuelled General Election – what happens next?
The General Election on 12 December will set the course for the UK’s exit – or not – from the European Union and the next phase of Brexit.
18 March 2019
US Fed and EU summit in focus
The US Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday will be the market focus in an otherwise relatively quiet week.
11 March 2019
ECB lowers growth outlook, while US activity rebounds
At its March meeting, the European Central Bank (ECB) made sizeable downward revisions to growth and inflation
18 February 2019
US retail sales fall, UK Prime Minister defeated again and Spain to head back to the polls
The US ended last week with a bang, while Spain's Prime Minister has called for a snap election
11 February 2019
Long-awaited US data, dovish central banks and Spanish politics
Following the 35-day government shutdown, the US begins publishing data on the economy again this week
04 February 2019
Positive earnings, a patient Fed, a soft start for Europe
As expected the euro area ended 2018 on a weak note, growing by 0.2% quarter on quarter
28 January 2019
Weak Eurozone data, a reopened US government and ongoing Brexit drama
The US begins an important week, but faces it with a re-opened government
21 January 2019
Brexit deja vu, slowing Chinese growth and a record US shutdown
This week the US Federal government will have been shut down for more than a month, far longer than the previous 16-day record.