In the run-up to Thursday’s Governing Council meeting in Frankfurt, policy makers spent the afternoon trying to give as little information as possible about one of the most important questions in global monetary policy — how the European Central Bank will extend, adjust or wind down its program to buy 80 billion euros … More How long will take’s to achieve 2% inflation in Europe . . ?
U.S. and European equities are in for a bumpy ride into the end of the year.. Two things would ensure that the Fed raises rates by year-end. First, corporate results need to show revenue growth and an improving economy in Q3. Second inflation needs to climb to 2%, which … More Is there a shock potential for the equity market’s – US/Europe.
Almost 100 days since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, firms are still in the dark. Prime Minister Theresa May has offered little insight into her exit strategy, leaving executives to make decisions on investment and hiring with no clarity on what the business environment might look like, or how easy it … More Hundred days after Brexit, What the economy is telling us . .
From the US, to Europe and Asia the markets are sending signals that the era of cheap money is not even near . . Bonds in the European Union had their best day since Brexit, commodities jumped for a sixth straight day as oil topped $46 a barrel.Traders piled into … More Far from ending the era of cheap money, Major indices stormed higher again
The truth is laying in the details . . The case of action in the European Union FRANKFURT, Germany Should the European Central Bank give another push to an economy that’s not rolling fast enough to … More European central bank meeting .. What arguments we know at this point . .
Inflation in U.K. rises to the highest level since 2014. The import cost boost to four year top on clear evidence that the Sterling is droping againts other major currencies. Consumer-price growth picked up to 0.6 percent from 0.5 percent in June, showing the data comming from the Office of National Statistics in London. … More First sign’s of inflation after Brexit . .
As we already step-up in the Digital age the technology has put some pressure in several branches of the world economy . . Likewise we are speaking for pressure and deteriorating in some sectors the banking sector in the European Union is starting to shaking all over the place (sarcastically told), also with the … More Quick outlook for the banking sector in EU . .
Well, it is not such a difficult question to answer, the central banks. Also in a economic situation like now when the yields in the bond market are in negative territory and mixed with some geopolitical turmoil that drives the equity markets higher and higher. Investors are seeking for lucrative asset’s and they could be … More Who pushed the stocks to the highest level..?!
Today’s article is more a geopolitical than financial, which some trader’s and investor’s will found boring, but let’s agree on one point that the political situation now in the Union is the generator of the financial change’s and turmoil in the stock markets in globally point of view.. European Union leaders … More Alianza, Multinational-free trade area..
“Keep a stiff upper lip” is a phrase often used by Brits to express fortitude and stoicism during times of distress.. Britain’s vote to leave the European Union almost a quarter century after its creation with the Maastricht Treaty left global markets in disarray Friday. Today, investors start to figure out the way forward. … More London calling . . After Brexit where are we heading. .