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Archinomics weekly update: Monday 6 July 2020

Improving data from major economies pushed equity markets higher, while also boosting inflation linked bond markets and gold.

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 29 June 2020

Equity markets took fright at an upward spike in US Covid-19 cases, while government bond markets reacted positively to weaker growth forecasts. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 22 June 2020

The world’s major economies, the US and China, sent mixed signals on the pace of recovery, although in both areas the consumer is coming back strongly. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 15 June 2020

Our expert panel discuss a risk off week, with negative catalysts being US Federal Reserve (Fed) commentary on the pace of recovery and downbeat forecasts from the OECD.

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 8 June 2020

Strong US jobs data provided a catalyst to equity markets, which are anticipating a V-shaped recovery. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 1 June 2020

Equity markets had a good week as lockdown measures eased across the world and Europe and Japan announced recovery packages. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 18 May 2020

Equity markets weakened on discouraging rhetoric from the US Federal Reserve, as well as rising US/China tensions. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 11 May 2020

Today we discuss how markets are looking through appalling US unemployment data and grim economic forecasts, anticipating a sharp rebound later in the year.

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 4 May 2020

In the week when Shell took the historic decision to cut their dividend, we discuss developments in the oil market and prospects for improvement in the  supply/demand balance.

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 27 April 2020

Further stimulus measures across the globe met weaker earnings expectations, while oil grabbed the headlines.

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 20 April 2020

It was a very strong week for the US last week with the S&P 500 Index up 3%. This was driven by the consumer discretionary (or non-essential goods and services) sector, prompted by really strong performance for Amazon.

Archinomics weekly update: Tuesday 14 April 2020

Equity and credit markets rallied strongly on further support from the US Federal Reserve, as the Covid-19 infection curve appeared to flatten. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 06 April 2020

Our expert panel focussed on the likely shape of the US recovery and the repercussions on the pace of recovery in China. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 30 March 2020

Equities rallied sharply as a $2 trillion US stimulus package restored some confidence to markets. 

Our response to volatile markets

The discussion today focuses on recent volatility in financial markets and the steps taken to restore market confidence. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 23 March 2020

Massive stimulus measures from governments and central banks caused markets to whipsaw in the face of crumbling forecasts. 

Coronavirus policy responses - what will it take?...

Central banks and governments have taken unprecedented steps to support economies hit by the spread of coronavirus. 

Archinomics weekly update: Monday 16 March 2020

Discussion focused on another surprise rate cut from the US Federal Reserve and its immediate impact on equities, bonds, gold and oil. 

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