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19NOV 2019

Are we witnessing the US dollar’s fall from grace?

November’s multi-asset chart of the month highlights how a global shortage of US dollars could be reversing. This could signal the beginning of a weak phase for the currency.

2019

NOVEMBER

07NOV 2019

Economics

Bank of England takes dovish turn, but for how long?

While two members vote to cut interest rates, recent developments suggest the prospect of this happening are fading.

OCTOBER

31OCT 2019

Economics

Fed hits pause, for now

Trade uncertainty and a squeeze on profit margins could see a return to rate cuts in 2020.

28OCT 2019

Economics

Smooth Brexit could be on cards as election looms

A smooth Brexit could remove some of the fog of uncertainty over the UK economic outlook, a prospect made more likely by the agreement to extend the deadline to 31 January 2020.

17OCT 2019

Economics

Brexit deal reaction: recession averted?

What are the implications of today's breakthrough in Brexit negotiations?

15OCT 2019

Economics

Does private equity really cause jobs losses?

Private equity has a mercenary reputation for asset stripping and job cutting as a matter of course. We don’t think this shows the whole picture.

15OCT 2019

Economics

Infographic: A snapshot of the world economy in October 2019

In this month’s infographic we look at how the UK economy might react to different Brexit scenarios.

14OCT 2019

Economics

Infographic: Sustainability Report Q3 2019

Read our latest insights on climate change, electric vehicles, Amazon, proxy voting and ESG in value investing.