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Craig Erlam

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Craig Erlam's Comment & Analysis
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Cause for optimism? European stock markets are back in the green on Tuesday, up around 4%, in what is becoming a normal move in these quite extraordinary times. It’s been an incredibly turbulent...
Just Another Manic Monday It’s frightening how normal it feels to wake up on Monday morning and see markets flashing red and down another 5%. That is the world we live in now though, with the...
That Didn’t Last Long Enormous stimulus packages from the UK and US governments managed just a single day bounce in equity markets, with those gains having already been wiped out in Europe. The...
Markets enjoy brief reprieve European stock markets are back in positive territory on Tuesday, following yet another chaotic start to the week. While I’d like to think there’s something...
Stocks Crumble Despite Fed Action If the Fed’s dramatic easing measures were intended to support global markets, then I can’t imagine the carnage we would have faced today without them. As...
Europe Higher, For Now Stocks markets have opened a little higher on Wednesday as Europe plays catch-up from the US surge late Tuesday, after investors became excited by the prospect of stimulus from...
Rebound Taken With a Pinch of Salt Europe is off to a more positive start on Tuesday, after stocks suffered their worst losses since the global financial crisis at the start of the week. I’d...
G7 Committed (ish) to Supporting Global Economy European stock markets remain comfortably in the green, up more than 1%, but are off their highs as G7 officials underwhelmed with their response...
Central Banks Fuel Market Rebound The weekend has not been too punishing for global stock markets, it seems, even as coronavirus cases jumped and we got some woeful PMI surveys from China. Whatever...
Worst week since the GFC Stock markets are well on their way to their worst week since the global financial crisis and there’s no easing up, with losses on course to accelerate across...
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