UP 281: Looking for the turn in interest rates
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1w ago
Financial markets are increasingly anticipating interest rate cuts in 2024 despite many central banks sounding much more cautious. The Econoday team looks at what the economic data suggest will happen ..read more
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UP 280: Bank of Japan: More of a tweak than a twist
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1M ago
In the face of extreme monetary tightening abroad, speculation was rife that the BoJ might finally be forced to follow suit yesterday. In practice, such talk proved overly aggressive. Max Sato and Jeremy Hawkins discuss what actually happened and what it means ..read more
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UP 279:The fallout from higher-for-longer
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1M ago
It took a while, but investors now seem to accept that many central banks will be keeping key interest rates at high levels for longer than originally expected. And with that, comes increased downside risk to financial markets and economic growth. The Econoday team discuss the potential fallout ..read more
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UP 278: Central bank wrap and a word on oil
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2M ago
After the recent round of central bank announcements, hopes are building that many tightening cycles may finally be nearing an end. However, with prices up around 30 percent since last June, the oil market could yet mean some unwelcome upside surprises in future inflation reports ..read more
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UP 277: Economic growth defies inverted yield curves
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4M ago
Yield curves are inverted across North America, much of Europe and parts of the Southern Hemisphere but investors are split over what happens next to the global economy. Is a downturn just around the corner or can we look forward to a soft landing ..read more
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UP 276: Central banks are doing their own thing
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4M ago
Over the last couple of days, we’ve seen key interest rates hiked in the Eurozone, left on hold in the U.S. and cut in China. All of which means that the global economic outlook is as complicated as ever. The Econoday team pull it all together ..read more
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UP 275: Is central bank policy working?
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4M ago
Taken together with the latest raft of central bank announcements, the recent deluge of real economy and inflation updates has given investors plenty to chew on. Here’s Econoday’s take on what it all means for the global economic outlook and financial markets ..read more
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UP 273: Markets still don’t believe the central banks
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11M ago
Despite some generally hawkish central bank statements this week, financial markets apparently remain convinced that official interest rates will be falling before year-end. So, who’s right and does the disconnect matter? Terry Sheehan and Jeremy Hawkins discuss ..read more
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UP 272: The economic outlook remains highly uncertain
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11M ago
Market reaction to this month’s data underscores just how uncertain investors are about the global economic outlook. And this means that asset prices are likely to remain particularly sensitive to the higher frequency data, at least until the picture becomes clearer ..read more
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UP 271: U.S. eyes September payrolls as the UK digests economic policy chaos
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1y ago
Friday’s U.S. employment report dominates this week’s economic data calendar but it’s been the disastrous U-turn in UK government fiscal policy and the subsequent enforced deferral of the BoE’s QT plans that’s left many investors really rattled. Terry Sheehan and Jeremy Hawkins discuss what’s going on ..read more
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