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Craig Erlam

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Craig Erlam's Comment & Analysis
A complete archive of Craig Erlam's articles, including current analysis & comment - Page 8

Has this week really gone so badly for Boris? This week has been everything we expected and more in Parliament, as PM Boris Johnson found himself of the losing side of countless votes but retains hope...
Risk Rebound On China Comments We're seeing a bit of a rebound across equity markets on Thursday, as volatile yet directionless summer fun continues. There's no denying it's been an eventful August so...
Sterling suffering no-deal backlash The pound is in freefall this morning after plans emerged to prorogue parliament and prevent MPs from passing legislation to prevent no deal. This isn't the...
Markets remain in wait-and-see mode on Thursday, after the Fed minutes told us nothing we didn't already know despite briefly being responsible for the, now very well known, recession indicator...
Markets are trading higher ahead of the open on Wall Street later as attention shifts to the Fed in the second half of the week. Recession nerves look to have settled a little following last...
Stock markets enjoyed a much more positive session on Thursday, bouncing back from a brutal sell-off at the start of the month as fears of further trade war escalation receded. That's clearly not to...
European futures are looking a little flat ahead of the open on Wednesday as investors watch on nervously for any further escalation in the trade war between the US and China.We've gone from being...
Last week did nothing to ease investor anxieties about the global economic outlook and time has not been a healer over the weekend. European markets opened more than 1% lower on Monday,...
Super Thursday was certainly not the best description of today's events at the Bank of England, but let's face it, it was never going to be. These quarterly events are often at least one of...
We're seeing some cautious trade at the open in Europe as traders sit back in anticipation of this evenings Fed event. It's been hard to look past the US interest rate decision given that...
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