By Moody’s Analytics U.S. recessions are ultimately a loss of faith: consumers lose faith that they will have a job and pull back on their spending, and businesses lose faith that there
By Jeffrey Halley The “R” word is being used more and more as recessionary winds start blowing loudly through economic data and the price actions across the asset class spectrum. On Friday,
By Craig Erlam Stock markets endured another negative day on Wednesday in Europe as investors await Thursday’s hotly-anticipated ECB meeting. Much like the other two days this week, it’s hard to read
By Han Tan, Chief Market Analyst at Exinity Group Given the palpable woes surrounding inflation, markets will be keeping a wary eye on Wednesday’s US CPI release. The median forecast expects an
OPINION: By Moody’s Analytics As many of us learned in Principles of Macroeconomics, the Federal Reserve had to aggressively tighten monetary policy to tame inflation in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
By Craig Erlam European stock markets braced for a second day of losses at the start of the week, while the US is enjoying a boost following the latest inflation data. I
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity After a positive start to the week, US equity futures took a hit as bond yields rose across the curve, indicating that the recovery
By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at Exinity The first three months of 2022 have been one to forget. The S&P 500 ended the quarter down 4.95%, its worst performance since the
By Craig Erlam It’s been a flat start to the week in equity markets, with Europe posting marginal losses or gains. There’s been so much to absorb in recent weeks and while
The value of the United States dollar has fallen considerably in recent years, raising questions over the dollar’s long-term viability as a safe-haven currency. According to data presented by Finbold, the U.S.