By Craig Erlam Eurozone inflation fell further than expected in October, leaving the headline HICP rate within touching distance of the ECB’s 2% target. While policymakers have continued to push back against
As global bonds soar at the quickest pace since the 2008 financial crisis, investors need to review their investment portfolios to ensure they are on track for risk tolerance and return objectives.
By Craig Erlam Thursday was relatively slow in the markets, as you’d expect due to the US Thanksgiving bank holiday, but there were some releases and OPEC+ speculation that kept things interesting.
By Craig Erlam We continue to see sluggish trade in equity markets, with investors battling hawkish commentary from central banks against downbeat economic expectations and speculation around rate cuts next year. Even
No interest hikes are expected at the next European Central Bank Governing Council meeting, as the latest data suggest that ECB rates have reached a level that, if maintained, will contribute to
By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Market Analyst at FXTM Asian shares advanced on Thursday following the moderately positive performance from Wall Street overnight, as dovish Fed minutes and easing oil prices supported risk
The European Central Bank is determined to promptly ensure that inflation returns to its 2% medium-term target, said ECB Vice-President Luis de Guindos. In his keynote speech at a Central Bank of
Visiting European Central Bank (ECB), Vice-President Luis de Guindos commended Cyprus’ remarkable economic improvement and the recent upgrade of its economy by two rating agencies. After meeting with Cyprus Central Bank Governor
Crushing economic growth, and not stagflation, is “the real danger” and should now be the focus of the European Central Bank and the Bank of England, warned the CEO of a leading
By Craig Erlam Eurozone headline inflation was slightly lower than the 5.3% initially reported in August, while core was unrevised and is now modestly higher. Both are expected to fall going into