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  1. Friday, March 26

    Bond yields are on the rise and they aren’t going to stop until the Fed has finished tightening. That is the view of Trahan Macro Research which in this week’s Macro Briefing sets out why Fed tightening is a matter of when and not if and why short duration stocks are going to benefit in […]

  2. Friday, March 12

    The big question for investors is whether rising yields are a warning sign that reflation could turn into inflation that has the potential to prompt tightening that could cut off the recovery; or just another step along the road towards that recovery. To that end, in today’s Macro Briefing, TS Lombard explains what it takes […]

  3. Wednesday, Feb 16

    Some of the big beasts of the economic world have been questioning the extent of the output gap and the likely implications of massive fiscal stimulus on inflation – you can view the debate between Larry Summers and Paul Krugman here.  In today’s Macro Briefing, we take a closer look, with Unicredit explaining why it […]

  4. Wednesday, Feb 10

    We had the trade wars, then the tech wars (still ongoing of course), and the next cab off the rank is the climate wars. That’s according to the latest report from Bank of America’s thematic investing research team. They have highlighted in a 70-page report that climate change is about more than saving the planet, […]

  5. Tuesday, Feb 2

    Last week’s events with retail equity traders, Reddit forums and short squeezes closed off a January we are unlikely to forget very soon, particularly as far as the US is concerned. However, this final verse of the January chapter had much more serious market consequences for markets than earlier events (It is hard to believe […]

  6. Wednesday, Jan 20

    It’s not what you do; it’s the way that you do it. Apparently that is what gets results. In today’s Macro Briefing, MI2 Partners explains why a number of warning lights in a few select markets could potentially turn a benign – and profitable – rotation into growth into a nasty volatility event. Meanwhile 4X […]

  7. Wednesday, January 13

    It is the nature of things that investors have to be ready to seize the opportunity while preparing for the worst. And in the current polarized investment landscape that has never been more the case. In today’s briefing, MI2 Partners explain how easy it could be for the Federal Reserve to spark market turmoil and […]

  8. Thursday, Jan 7

    In the shadow of perhaps the most disturbing transitions of power in US history, the adults appear finally to have entered the room. And that means investors are bracing for stimulus and fiscal loosening that has seen Treasury yields break higher through key resistance levels. But how excited should investors get about entering the sunlit […]

  9. Wednesday, Jan 6

    After the distraction of Trump’s persistent attempts to avoid defenestration from the White House, likely Democrat victories in the Georgia Senate run-offs mean the ”Blue Wave” is finally going to arrive in Washington DC. In today’s briefing Capital Alpha takes an in-depth look into what investors can expect from the incoming Biden administration now it […]

  10. Tuesday, Jan 5

    What could possibly go wrong? That is the question any sensible investor should be asking as the New Year kicks off. It is especially true after the year we have just had and the fact that the overwhelming majority seem to be predicting the world is set to recover as though nothing much has happened. […]