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Archive for August, 2013

Weekly Economic and Financial Commentary

Economic activity in the first half of the year was stronger than initially reported. GDP in the second quarter expanded at a 2.5 percent annualized rate, faster than the initially reported 1.7 percent clip and the expected revision of 2.2 percent. Most of the improvement stemmed from a sharply lower

The Weekly Bottom Line

Markets were on edge this week, as allegations that the Syrian government was behind the use of chemical weapons in last week's attack in a Damascus suburb led the United States to seek consensus amongst its allies for retaliation. Global equity markets slumped as volatility increased. Yields across much of

What to Expect from the ECB and BOE

ECB: On Thursday 5th September the ECB is scheduled to announce its latest policy decision. The market expects the Bank to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5% and no new policy measures are expected to be announced. The ECB will meet against a backdrop of improving economic data, the

What to Expect from the ECB and BOE

ECB: On Thursday 5th September the ECB is scheduled to announce its latest policy decision. The market expects the Bank to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5% and no new policy measures are expected to be announced. The ECB will meet against a backdrop of improving economic data, the

Weekly Focus: Job Growth Strong Enough to Initiate September Tapering

Over the past week, markets continued to be hit by a double whammy with the combination of a continued emerging markets crisis and higher oil prices. Flight to safety has become the name of the game and changed the correlation between bond yields and equities so that lower equity prices now

US Personal Spending Growth Was Weaker than Expected in July

Nominal personal consumer spending edged up by 0.1% in July 2013 to build on June's upwardly revised 0.6% increase (initially reported as a 0.5% gain). Household spending on non-durable goods led the monthly increase in July, up 0.9% in the month, while durable goods consumption slipped 0.2% to retrace a
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