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Calming of nerves

5 February 2021Tatton Weekly

After January’s misbehaviour – everything from riotous insurrection at the US Capitol to rebellious share speculation – February began with a more predictable return to normality. The share price of now internationally famous US video game store GameStop has fallen by around...

Monday Digest

2 February 2021Monday Digest

Outlook: the EU displays frayed nerves and flared tempers In the middle stages of the pandemic, when things had the potential for going very, very badly, there was a sense of global solidarity and unity among people and politicians. In Europe, although...

A fraying of nerves

29 January 2021Tatton Weekly

In the middle stages of the pandemic, when things had the potential for going very, very badly, there was a sense of global solidarity and unity among people and politicians. Maybe China received opprobrium – it was certainly demonised by many in...

A sigh of relief

22 January 2021Tatton Weekly

As Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States this Wednesday, a collective sigh of relief, at the return of civility, decency and a genuine interest in the wellbeing of all citizens, could be felt around the world. Perhaps...

Monday Digest

18 January 2021Tatton Weekly

Outlook: new leadership brings fresh optimism to the USThere remains a broad consensus within investment markets that this year will see a strong economic rebound as mass vaccinations finally put an end to the pandemic – even if we have to wait...

Fiscal turbo replaces lame duck Trump

15 January 2021Tatton Weekly

As we wrote last week, there is a broad consensus that this year will see a strong economic rebound as mass vaccinations finally put an end to pandemic – even if we have to wait until the second half of the year...

Monday Digest

11 January 2021Monday Digest

Outlook: endpoints and new beginnings After last year’s annus horribilis, many people were hoping for a more prosaic start to the new year. But it soon became clear that 2021 had other ideas. Yet even though events of massive importance have taken...

End points and new beginnings

8 January 2021Tatton Weekly

Just like 2020, 2021 has kicked off with rather more lively news flow than many will have hoped for when they gladly said goodbye on New Year’s Eve to what many experienced as a truly annus horribilis. Yet even though events of...

Closing the chapter on COVID, Trump and Brexit

18 December 2020Tatton Weekly

Goodbye to tall all that December usually has a ring of ‘Silent Night’ in the investment world and, in a year where practically all else has changed, at least this has stayed the same. In the UK, news that millions more would...

Monday Digest

30 November 2020Tatton Weekly

Overview: fiscal tensions and Brexit overshadow thoughts of a vaccineWhile global stock markets continued their more gradual upwards trend last week, government policy was in full focus, but offered little in support. In the UK, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his Autumn spending...

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