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Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

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05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

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Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt


Konjunkturticker

Der Pulsschlag der Weltökonomie

Brexit about to result in the business calamity we’ve been anticipating all along

07. September 2020, 11:08 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Sterling, Trade, UK

#Currencyflash – greenback standing tall with sterling in the starting blocks and the euro in the doldrums

Forget about a v-shaped recovery and prepare for long-term disruption

Yields, the euro and the greenback – our take

It is a consensus among analysts at the beginning of this year: That for lack of a substantially altered monetary policy among the G7, yields cannot but continue their downward trend or at least stay subdued. Such an assessment, however, tends to overlook or presuppose one essential factor: fiscal spending. And it’s that factor making us anticipate the opposite of the majority view.

weiterlesen →

Dutch economy faces crucial fork at beginning of new year

So far, it has been one of the economies in the eurozone keeping up relatively well in the face of adverse developments in global manufacturing. But of late, the Dutch economy has caught the industrial flu, too, and faces a crucial parting of ways at the beginning of the new year: Whether there will be a sustainable truce in US-sponsored protectionism or not.

weiterlesen →

09. January 2020, 16:22 Uhr

Kategorien: Business confidence, Consumer confidence, Europe, Exports, FDI, GDP, Households, Netherlands

Update to our “Brexit Real Time”

Finally, it’s election day in the UK – again. Tonight will see the answer to the key question of the past weeks: Whether the Conservatives will indeed be able to win an overall majority, with all the implications for Britain and – above all – Brexit. But will a Tory win really get Brexit done? And what would a Labour minority government mean for the process of exiting the EU?

weiterlesen →

12. December 2019, 11:25 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, UK

Four scenarios how the UK snap election is to play out

The campaign is on, and the UK will go to the polls on 12 December. So what are the conceivable outcomes, and what might be their impact on Brexit? We have discerned four scenarios and analysed their respective consequences for the next stage of Britain leaving the European Union. weiterlesen →

05. November 2019, 16:34 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Sterling, Trade, UK

Denmark’s consumers now turning sour, too

For quite some time, Denmark’s economy and its consumers in particular have resisted the gloom continually encompassing the global economy. Industrial production as much as retail sales have withstood the downturn that has befallen many European countries, with German consumers the latest to display some reticence in spending as freely as they did before. As yet, only the Dutch have been as resilient as the Danish.

weiterlesen →

23. October 2019, 10:59 Uhr

Kategorien: Consumer confidence, Denmark, Europe, Exports, Households, Retail & Services

Another Brexit delay and no deal off the table – think again

The Commons have spoken – and they have forced the government’s hand, rendering Boris Johnson a Prime Minister in office, but not in power.

So after the tumultuous past 48 hours in Westminster, whither are Brexit and the country heading? Here’re three answers to the three key questions as we identify them right now:

weiterlesen →

05. September 2019, 14:50 Uhr

Kategorien: Brexit, Commonwealth, Europe, Exports, FDI, Forex, GBP, Markets, Trade, UK

EU-Italian truce to prove temporary

After an erstwhile escalation, this week appears to have brought respite for bond investors scared by deficit sanctions threatened by the EU against Italy. The populist government headed by Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini seemed intent on defying Brussles over their budget entailing a massive decifit well beyond the eurozone’s mandatory fiscal standards; yet these days, they are absolving what seems to be a complete climb-down, to the huge relief of markets sending Italian government bond yields back to where they started before the stand-off. But will the truce last?

weiterlesen →

03. July 2019, 15:48 Uhr

Kategorien: Debt, Euro, Europe, Italy, Markets, Sovereign debt