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Monday Digest

13 September 2021Tatton Weekly

Overview: major economies ponder how to pay the bill At the beginning of last week, we noted the increasing importance of fiscal policy, and sure enough, the UK Government almost immediately delivered its own big fiscal bang. National Insurance contributions are on...

Tax and spend for the UK, debt management for the EU

10 September 2021Tatton Weekly

Paying for it – the major economies ponder their balance sheets Last week, we noted the increasing importance of fiscal policy, and sure enough this week the UK kicked-off the new school year with a big fiscal bang. National Insurance contributions are...

Monday digest

6 September 2021Tatton Weekly

Overview: politics and policy sitting at the head of the tableEquity markets (North America and Europe) began September in an upbeat mood, but this was tempered last Friday by the disappointing jobs report. The US economy created just 235,000 jobs in August,...

Big weeks ahead for financial policy makers

3 September 2021Tatton Weekly

Politics and policy sit at the head of the table This week has felt a bit like the whole month of August. Equity markets (North America and Europe) were in the green over the past few days, and then on Friday expressed...

Winners and losers

27 August 2021Tatton Weekly

Fed tapering: the ‘how’ matters more than ‘when’ Questions over when and how the US Federal Reserve (Fed) would begin tapering its monthly securities purchases has been much talked about over the last few months. But ahead of today’s keynote speech at...

Monday digest

23 August 2021Tatton Weekly

Overview: Markets hit an ‘air pocket’Investors would be forgiven to think last week’s downdraft in global stock markets was in reaction to the rapid unfolding of the tragic events in Kabul, Afghanistan. However, as long-time observers of risk asset markets will attest,...

Markets hit a bit of to and fro

20 August 2021Tatton Weekly

Markets hit a bit of to and fro Investors would be forgiven to think that this week’s downdraft in global stock markets was in reaction to the rapid unfolding of the tragic events in Kabul, Afghanistan. However, as long-time observers of risk...

Monday digest

16 August 2021Tatton Weekly

Overview: Climbing the wall of worry – againAugust continues to be quiet, but pleasing, for investors, with US stock markets hitting new highs again. “Climbing the wall of worry” was a common phrase a few years ago that seems entirely apt now....

Climbing the wall of worry – again

13 August 2021Tatton Weekly

August continues to be what one would expect from the middle of the summer: quiet. Yet for investors, it is also pleasing that stock markets around the world are gradually nudging upwards, allowing them to remain relaxed wherever they have retreated to...

Monday digest

9 August 2021Tatton Weekly

Overview: August begins in upbeat fashionAfter an unexciting July in investment return terms, August has made a strong start, bolstered by surprisingly positive US job markets figures and corporate earnings reports that continue to support elevated stock market levels across the Western...

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