NEWS Breaking news

The UK has voted to leave the EU, by a narrow margin of 52-48, in what is the most significant pull back to-date from the post WWII consensus of closer integration and open trade.

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Credit Suisse Global Equity Research believes that two hedges on the potential knock-on impact of a UK EU exit are: buying Bonos relative to BTPs (Spanish relative to Italian bonds) or euro volatility (which has, unlike sterling volatility, remained range bound)

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The European Central Bank (ECB) have very much taken the ‘kitchen sink’ approach, surprising market expectations in a variety of ways, not least an expansion of the asset purchase programme

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NEWS Breaking news

Taking into account to the recent equity-market turmoil and the economic weakness abroad, the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) left the key interest rate unchanged at its September meeting

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