The pace of US GDP growth in Q2 2016 was distinctly weaker than expected at 1.2% on an annualised basis […]
Summary of our analysis of the decisions announced after the ECB monetary policy meeting on 10 March: After announcing […]
Summary Bund yields are now at levels implying that the eurozone has gone ‘Japanese’. We think this conclusion is premature. […]
The ECB’s decision on 22 January 2015 to launch quantitative easing sends a strong signal on the strength of its […]
Although market estimates of the popularity of the new TLTROs had been optimistic, the ECB has released disappointing data as to how much banks will in fact borrow
Investors have been braced for more monetary stimulus since Mario Draghi signalled willingness for imminent quantitative easing.
Interest rates saw sharp swings in 2013. 10-year Bund yields fell as far as 1.15% in May 2013, close to their historic low