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15/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

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08/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

Policy announcements in the UK and the Eurozone took centre stage last week. In the UK, the well-documentedfind out more...

01/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

In a week of limited economic data, two other items took centre stage. The vice-president of the Europeanfind out more...

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  • 15/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    Stock markets endured a torrid time last week as the falling oil price continued to unnerve market participants. In its latest monthly report Opec (Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) forecast that demand for its crude oil in 2015 will fall to the lowest level since 2004. Elsewhere, the Chinese stock market fell by 5.4% […]

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  • 08/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    Policy announcements in the UK and the Eurozone took centre stage last week. In the UK, the well-documented changes to the stamp duty land tax system were arguably the highlight of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. The European Central Bank strengthened its forward guidance by saying that it intends to expand its balance sheet to around […]

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  • 01/12/2014 – last week’s markets and economic data expected in the week ahead

    In a week of limited economic data, two other items took centre stage. The vice-president of the European Central Bank hinted that buying government bonds as part of a full quantitative easing programme could commence in the new year. The ECB is currently buying covered bonds and asset-backed securities in a bid to increase the […]

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