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Archinomics Weekly - Monday 25th October 2021

Article | Investments | 25/10/2021

US earnings season continued in an upbeat fashion, with reports from Netflix, Procter & Gamble, and Tesla.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 18th October 2021

Article | Investments | 18/10/2021

US headline CPI inflation hit a thirteen year high, driven by volatile elements such as energy, food and rent.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 11th October 2021

Article | Investments | 11/10/2021

Stock market sentiment ended the week on a high note, as US Senators averted a potential debt crisis. Markets finished the week higher in the US, Europe and the UK. 

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 4th October 2021

Article | Investments | 04/10/2021

Inflation continued to rise in the Europe in September, but the European Central Bank reiterated its view that inflation is transient and accommodative monetary policy must continue.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 27th September 2021

Article | Investments | 27/09/2021

Nine officials from the US Federal Reserve now expect an interest rate rise in 2022, according to the latest projections. Fed Chair Jay Powell also hinted that the central bank could announce the tapering of its bond-buying programme in November.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 20th September 2021

Article | Investments | 20/09/2021

Most major stock markets fell last week, as concerns over Covid-19 and economic growth dampened risk sentiment.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 6th September 2021

Article | Investments | 06/09/2021

US stock markets hit all-time highs again last week, led by the tech-focused Nasdaq. European markets were also slightly higher. It was a stronger week for Asian and emerging markets, with China gaining 1.7% and Japan’s Nikkei 225 rising 5.4%.  

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 23rd August 2021

Article | Investments | 23/08/2021

US equity markets were troubled by hints that the Federal Reserve (Fed) might begin tapering its bond buying programme before the end of the year, although the Nasdaq outperformed. European markets fell sharply on growth recovery fears, prompted by the spread of the Delta variant.

Close Look: Big data - what’s the big story?

Article | Investments | 06/08/2021

Central bank digital currencies, or CBDCs for short, have been called ‘a concept whose time has come’. Ironically for an age when cryptocurrencies or ‘decentralised finance’ are on the rise, it seems that major central banks are exploring the merits of digital versions of their own currencies.

Monthly Review - July 2021

Article | Investments | 06/08/2021

A key challenge for global central banks remains the sharp spike in inflation. Driven by used cars, travel and lodging, US inflation shot up by 5.4% in June. That’s the highest for 13 years. If higher inflation takes hold, the US Federal Reserve might have to act aggressively to slam the overheating economy into reverse.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 26th July 2021

Article | Investments | 26/07/2021

Japanese indices fell on fears that the Olympic Games would worsen the spread of the Delta variant, while in China large cap indices underperformed slightly.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 19th July 2021

Article | Investments | 19/07/2021

US Treasuries reacted calmly to the inflation figure, as yields slipped slightly, and prices rose, for longer-dated bonds. Core eurozone yields also fell. 

Archinomics Monthly - June 2021

Article | Investments | 13/07/2021

President Biden gained bipartisan support for the first phase of his infrastructure bill, worth $1 trillion. The package will focus on traditional elements, such as roads and bridges, and could add as much as 1 percentage point to GDP growth.

Close Look: Big data - what’s the big story?

Article | Investments | 08/07/2021

Data has proved to be a very valuable commodity in the 21st century. And big data even more so. Characterised by the 3 Vs, that is volume, variety and velocity, a new service industry has built up around the collection, collation and analysis of big data. 

Monthly Review - June 2021

Article | Investments | 08/07/2021

The G7 group of nations has agreed a deal for a global minimum tax rate of at least 15%. The new rules will see the largest and most profitable companies paying tax in the countries where they do business, not just where they are registered.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 4th July 2021

Article | Investments | 05/07/2021

Federal Reserve comments about the possibility of raising interest rates and tapering monetary support caused volatility in the stock markets. 

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 21st June 2021

Article | Investments | 21/06/2021

Federal Reserve comments about the possibility of raising interest rates and tapering monetary support caused volatility in the stock markets. 

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 7th June 2021

Article | Investments | 07/06/2021

US equity markets crept higher, boosted by strong macro data and led by the energy sector. European markets also advanced, although were held in check by inflationary fears. 

Commodities supercycle - what’s the big story?

Article | Investments | 04/06/2021

A synchronised recovery of the world’s major economies, boosted by huge rescue packages, has sucked demand for raw materials higher.

Monthly Review - May 2021

Article | Investments | 04/06/2021

The minutes of the US Federal Reserve’s latest meeting showed some members proposed a plan for broaching the subject with the markets. And that could be as early as the end of this year. 

 

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