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Market Review & Outlook: Hectic Stretch Ahead for Markets

October 28, 2016 6:38 PM
The next week and a half will likely prove to be the busiest several days of the year for global financial markets due to the sheer volume and potentially far-reaching consequences of upcoming events. Aside from what promises to be an exceptionally unique US presidential election on November 8th, the most important events will largely be dominated b...

US Presidential Election: Potential Market Impacts

October 12, 2016 8:06 PM
After 1) a first presidential debate in which Hillary Clinton was seen to have secured a major win over Donald Trump, 2) a vice-presidential debate where the Republican ticket gained back some ground with its supporters, 3) a scandalous revelation regarding a lewd tape of Trump’s self-professed “locker room talk” years ago, 4) a second presidential ...

Brexit-hit pound stages modest rebound on manufacturing surprise

October 3, 2016 12:20 PM
News that the UK manufacturing activity in September hit its highest level since June 2014 has provided a welcome relief for sterling. The pound had tumbled to a new post-Brexit low against the euro earlier this morning after UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that Article 50 will be triggered no later than March 2017, which would see the UK leave t...

EM Rundown: Which emerging markets will capitalize on falling currencies?

February 8, 2016 8:15 PM
<p>As we noted earlier this morning, it’s shaping up as a classic “risk-off” day as global stocks, oil and high-yielding bonds continue to sell off in the US afternoon session. Naturally, that also means that emerging market currencies are having a rough go of it as well, with widely-followed EM currencies like the Turkish lira, South African rand, ...