NEWS Focus

On the day the UK prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, beginning a twoyear process that will see the country leave the EU, we find out from our economists what they expect now for the UK economy

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NEWS Focus

Amid the further steps taken last week by the Fed and the PBOC to normalise policy and lean against improving economic and asset price momentum, a debate among investors continues to rage about how much global monetary policy is tightening and whether market pricing is appropriately calibrated to policymakers’ reaction functions.

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NEWS Focus

Paul O’Connor, Head of Multi-Asset, examines the implications of the UK triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, which formally begins the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU).

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NEWS Focus

In the weeks leading up Donald Trump’s election, traders had their eyes glued to the Mexican peso whose value lost or regained ground as the voting forecasts for the outsider candidate rose or fell.

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NEWS Focus

Time flies, especially when markets are busy and noisy, and markets have been both in recent months, with the MSCI AC World Index up 8.7% (in USD terms) in the 100 days following the shock result of the US Presidential election.

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