Economics

03JUL 2017

Markets

Seven charts that caught our eye in June

We highlight a few of the charts we found interesting this month, including a roundup of stockmarkets, a warning to bulls and a global infrastructure deficit .

JUNE

29JUN 2017

Economic & Strategy Viewpoint

July 2017

In this month's viewpoint we consider whether we have seen the end of the "Trump trade", if investors have become too complacent and where the danger points are for emerging markets.

26JUN 2017

Economics

Where next for the global economy?

Keith Wade gives a mid-year overview of the global economic outlook. Topics include fading political risk in the eurozone, challenges posed by Brexit, prospects for the “Trump trade” and a discussion of current low market volatility.

16JUN 2017

Economics

Russian central bank cuts rates but alters tone

The Russian central bank cut its headline interest rate by 25bps, in line with expectations, but changed its outlook for the pace of future easing.

15JUN 2017

Economics

Another Fed hike, but how many more to come?

Following the latest interest rate rise in the US, we expect a further one in September and balance sheet reduction to kick in around the turn of the year.

09JUN 2017

Watch/Listen

60 seconds on the UK election implications for the economy and Brexit

Growth could slow and Brexit talks remain the big uncertainty.

06JUN 2017

Watch/Listen

60 seconds on fading political risk and the outlook for the dollar

Keith Wade discusses global political risks and the consequences of a weaker US dollar.

02JUN 2017

Economics

Soft US payrolls, but rates still expected to rise in June

Any additional rate hikes later this year will be dependent on growth and wages accelerating.

02JUN 2017

Economics

TalkingEconomics: Global forecast update - political risks fade, macro risks return

The global recovery remains intact and political risks have eased, but more traditional macroeconomic concerns return to the fore.

02JUN 2017

Economics

TalkingEconomics: European forecast update - from strength to strength

The eurozone continues to outperform expectations, although UK growth has slowed as expected.