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Economic Life After Lockdown
After recovering 50% of earlier losses, global equity valuations have risen significantly
PageGroup; Gross Profit Increases 5.0% To £855.5m For FY 2019
PageGroup announced its full year results for the year ended 31 December 2019. Revenue increased 6.7% to £1,653.9m and PBT increased 1.4% to £144.2m.
4imprint Group; Reports 22% Increase In Profit Before Tax For FY19
4imprint’s consistent approach of investing in marketing to grow its revenue base continues to produce results well in excess of the market growth.
Coronavirus: Markets Wake-Up To The Risks
It is too early to be certain on the relative infectiousness or mortality rate of the new coronavirus first observed in China in early December.
Oil Discoveries In Suriname And Guyana
We look at a breakthrough discovery offshore Suriname and further developments in Guyana.
Executive Interview With Josh Phillipson Of Biondvax Pharmaceuticals
BiondVax's Josh Phillipson spoke with Edison TV about the company's M-001 Universal Flu Vaccine pivotal Phase 3 clinical trial.
Past The Peak Of Political Risk?
For over a year, investors have had to embed a risk premium for adverse political developments into global asset prices.
Brexit: Through The Fog Of War On Public Opinion
If the objective of the EU was to demonstrate just how hard it is to leave the Union under Article 50, it would have surely succeeded.
Staying Focused On The Facts – The Risks Remain In Place
The recent modest relapse and rise in volatility in global equity markets since the beginning of August has highlighted yet again the headwinds of the US/China trade standoff, slowing global economic momentum, and Brexit.
Minimal Capitulation From The FOMC
Yesterday’s FOMC statement and Fed Chair Powell’s press conference may have satisfied those looking for US rate cuts later in 2019. However, we see in both the statement and the press conference an uncharacteristic reluctance to react pre-emptively.
Shifting Trade Politics Should Not Be Ignored
Following the breakdown in US/China trade negotiations earlier this month, US and Chinese actions since then point in our view to a protracted period of tariffs.
ECB: Next ECB President Must Keep Up The Pace Of Change
In only a few weeks, European leaders will have to decide on a new ECB President to replace the incumbent Mario Draghi, whose term expires in October.
A Risk-On Environment Is A Good Time To Take Risk Off
It has been quite a ride to the upside in global markets in 2019 to date.
Stronger Survey Data Quashes Recession Fears For Now
Equity market sentiment has performed a sharp U-turn in recent weeks.
Yield Curve A US Recession Signal? Maybe Not This Time
Recent declines in US government bond yields have led to a flood of articles discussing the likelihood of a US recession over the next 12-18 months.
Brexit: EU Can Do It If You Really Want…
The obstacle in the way of the amended Withdrawal Agreement (“the deal”), a document supported by both the EU and PM May, remains the UK Parliament.
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