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  • Global Markets Overview
    Global Monthly in English
    A high level review and outlook for markets and economies
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    • Global Markets Overview – May 2019
      May’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the additional tariffs in the US-China trade war, and certain EZ members announce a moderate fiscal stimulus.
    • Global Markets Overview – April 2019
      In April’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we retain a cautious outlook for high yield bond and leveraged loan markets.
    • Global Markets Overview – March 2019
      March’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the tracking of recent price action in bond markets. Across developed markets, forward cash rates are pricing in low levels of central bank tightening to achieve adequate GDP growth rates and inflation.
    • Global Markets Overview – February 2019
      February’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the US Federal Reserve balance sheet, Chinese liquidation of all zombie companies, and updates on the UK and EU Brexit deal.
    • Global Markets Overview – December 2018
      December’s edition of Global Markets Overview highlights the main factors contributing to recent higher market volatility and For 2019, we project growth in the major developed economies (e.g., US, Eurozone, and UK) to slow steadily to a bit below their long-term trend growth rates by the end of the year.
    • Global Markets Overview – November 2018
      November’s edition of Global Markets Overview hightlights that the volatility which we witnessed in global asset markets in October has continued into November and sufficiently strong GDP growth has eroded most of the spare capacity in the global economy, prompting most major central banks to begin to gradually tighten financial conditions.
    • Global Markets Overview – October 2018
      Asset markets have experienced a considerable sell-off. In October’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we’ve updated our reports for market pricing to 18 October, so they capture recent events.
    • Global Markets Overview – September 2018
      In September’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we update our returns for market price action and our recommendations for portfolio strategy in light of the very strong GDP growth of 2.9% in the U.S., Japan and the European Union signing a bilateral trade agreement and The U.S. and South Korea planning to sign a revised bilateral agreement called KORUS this month.
    • Global Markets Overview – August 2018
      In August’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we review market pricing and our recommendations for portfolio strategy as global trade tensions continue to impact financial asset prices.
    • Global Markets Overview – July 2018
      In July’s edition of Global Markets Overview, we review market pricing and our recommendations for portfolio strategy in light of the US Federal Reserve raising its target rate range by 25bps, the US increasing tariffs on Chinese goods and the European Central Bank (ECB) announcing it intends to reduce its asset purchase programme.
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Global Markets Overview
A high level review and outlook for markets and economies
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