Monthly Archives: June 2013

Banking union framework- Important

EU has reached a “pre-deal” on banking union and also designed a framework for dealing with banking insolvencies and a food chain of sorts for who pays in the event of a collapse. Seems like taxpayers are last in ¬†order … Continue reading

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Has Mark Carney the best timing ever?

Timing is everything and can often define success and failure.¬† Although it was lost in the noise of yesterdays global markdown in asset prices yesterday saw a great set of UK retail sales. The UK high street has been a … Continue reading

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We need a new normal

Yesterday was an important day, the first signal from the US FED that they are willing to reduce and if possible remove altogether stimulus for the economy. There has been much said about tapering back of purchases of bonds over … Continue reading

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