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It’s not that the euro is weak, it’s that the dollar is strong. That was the message this morning from François Villeroy de Galhau, France’s central bank chief and a member of the European Central...
Stock markets across Europe are firmer this morning with the major bourses notching +1% gains in early trade following a solid session in Asia and a third straight positive day for Wall Street. Autos,...
Rock bottom: Boris Johnson limps on but is one lame duck after Sunak and Javid resigned last night. He will fight on until forced out. The 1922 Committee will change the rules and backbenchers will...
Money for nothing can lead you to dire straits. All too true and the European Central Bank is finding this out now. The euro is in dire straits now as the central bank is so far away from its...
European stock markets dipped in early trade Wednesday after US stocks plunged in a volatile session on Wall Street. The FTSE 100 is testing 7,300 and the DAX around 13,000. Risk is just a little...
European stock markets firmed up on Tuesday morning following a choppy on Wall Street that left the major US indices lower for the session. Asian equities managed to make gains and US futures are a...
European stock markets made broad gains in early trade on Monday, building on a sharp rally on Friday as markets look to the G7 meeting in Bavaria, the European Central Bank’s conference in Portugal,...
European stocks rose in early trade on Friday after a solid session in Asia which followed an up day for Wall Street. Stocks in London and Paris rallied as much as 1%, whilst Frankfurt was about half...
Classic bear market rally head fake in action earlier this week. Today comes the unwind; European stock markets shedding gains and oil off sharply following a broad decline for Asian equities. The...
Fed… a classic case of reacting too slowly then doing too much? First 75bps hike since ‘94...was not communicated beforehand, I didn’t think they would surprise like this, but it’s probably the right...