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“The Global Economy”

Our monthly bulletin report was our running analysis of the current state of Brexit and condensed other relevant events to a pithy guide to the global economy’s current developments. Due to a strategic re-pivoting of our resources, we had to cease its publication at the beginning of 2019.

Its complete archive, though, will be made available for free access shortly, providing you with a range of different analytical subjects throughout the world economy. If you look for further advice on any of the topics broached here, we look forward to your making contact with us!

12/18
New President to test international investors’ tolerance / Corporate debt spreads indicate higher financing cost in 2019
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11/18
In this special issue, we delineate the most likely path of development for Brexit and analyse the consequences
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10/18
US shale constrained by transport capacity fails to impact oil market / India resorts to tariffs in yet another impediment against trade
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9/18
Nippon might be finally escaping the deflationary morass / Copper markets indicate worrying demand deficiency
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8/18
Yardstick for investment efficiency points to further problems / Lion City stands to be battered by EM-triggered storm
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7/18
China has array of non-tariff instruments at its disposal / Panda and Koala lock horns in trade war sideshow
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6/18
Italian politics yet to clash with Brussels / Canadian economy is a particularly risky bet on goldilocks global economy to continue
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5/18
Continental Free Trade Zone has the potential to boost Sub-Sahara economies / The Swissie will soon recover from its one-off swoon
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4/18
China’s interventionist policies to gear up / The UK’s economy keeps a tricky balance prior to Brexit-legal
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3/18
India’s rotten debt threatens to choke its economy / Yen set to emerge strong when markets will become nervous
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2/18
Oil futures market pivoting away from price-subduing contango / Greenback’s exaggerated drubbing subject to inflation returning
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1/18
Italian elections present next great Euro risk / Aussie-Dollar ranks among most underrated currencies
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12/17
Singapore takes chair at critical juncture of ASEAN, Swedish Krona to remain weak
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11/17
New Dutch government – will it last?, corporate bond buying skews market, Donald Trump at odds with states over NAFTA
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10/17
Renminbi revisited: strength or swoon, Asian eurodollar market at a crossroads, German elections: Don’t discount Jamaica
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9/17
Great Repeal Bill presents critical litmus test for HM government, rising industrial metals prices sustainable for now, US debt ceiling deal merely pushes the problem
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7-8/17
Japanese hot money might trigger violent currency moves, the death of the Trump-Trade, Kenya’s elections and its repercussions
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6/17
House price bubbles in Australia and Canada, the future path of the Renminbi
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5/17
Increasing Chinese interference in Hong Kong raises unease, Turkey heading for currency crisis, ECB’s policy in limbo
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4/17
Oilmarket torn between shale and tanker statistics, perverted VIX bodes ill for markets, South Africa becomes new problem child of the Commonwealth
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3/17
Special issue on the risk of a dissolution of the Eurozone
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2/17
Australia’s economy showing some fatigue, strong Yen stands to hamper Japanese manufacturing, Inflation: How’s the story to continue?
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1/17
Italy heading for snap election, India’s bungled demonetisation, democracy on the march in Africa
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11-12/16
Mexico’s growing political instability, India’s worsening bad debt, Rising US yields herald a greenback’s world
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10/16
Portugal’s economic woes, oil market’s trajectory, EM exports’ deterioration
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9/16
New continuous leader: The current state of Brexit
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7-8/16
Leader: Current state of world markets
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6/16
Leader: Poland – We are closing to foreign investors
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5/16
Leader: commodity prices
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