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ECB Preview: Still Licensed To Hike

When the ECB meets next week, all eyes and ears will once again be on the communication. A rate hike of 50bp looks like a done deal. Read more here... → Read More

Fed Policy Pivot Helps Boost Gold Prices

Gold prices have surged over the past two months with expectations that the US Federal Reserve will slow its interest rate rises. Find out more here. → Read More

Energy Outlook 2023: Oil, Gas And Power Markets To Remain Tight

Prices may be off the highs seen earlier in the year, but demand concerns are weighing on sentiments. What is the 2023 outlook for oil, gas and power? Find out. → Read More

ECB Monetary Transmission: One Size Currently Fits All

The ECB's rate hikes so far have led to a tightening of financing conditions. Can we already see an impact of this on the real economy? Click here to find out. → Read More

Commodities Outlook 2023: Aluminium Faces Macroeconomic Headwinds

Negative macro sentiment will continue to put downward pressure on aluminium, with a worsening demand outlook being balanced against tight physical supply. → Read More

G10 FX Outlook 2023: Less Trend, More Volatility

The dollar can bounce around near the highs rather than embark on a clean bear trend in 2023. → Read More

South Korea: Corporate Debt Is A Concern For The Economy

As the global economy faces headwinds and liquidity conditions are expected to become tighter, difficulties in corporate bonds and credit markets are expected to increase. → Read More

Sustainability Will Be Key For Insurers In 2023 As Global Concerns Mount

Insurers who engage in activities which help mitigate climate change and promote SDGs in 2023 have a competitive advantage with investors who are increasingly willing themselves to be... → Read More

U.S. House Prices Are On A Long Descent

US house prices recorded a second consecutive MoM decline in August, something that the market hasn't experienced since early 2012. Read more here. → Read More

Rates Spark: No Season For Flip Flops

Rates markets can look forward to a couple of days driven not by BoE intervention on the gilt market but by old-fashioned macroeconomic drivers. Read more here... → Read More

Is Quantitative Tightening Really Coming To The Eurozone?

The European Central Bank looks determined to follow in the Federal Reserve's footsteps. Is quantitative tightening really coming to the Eurozone? Find out. → Read More

Macro Concerns Vs. Commodity Supply Constraints

Commodity markets are under pressure due to a strengthening US dollar and central banks hiking interest rates. This has clouded the macro outlook. The supply picture remains fragile. → Read More

OPEC+ Goes Big

There was no doubt that OPEC+ was going to cut supply when the group met in Vienna. What did OPEC+ agree? What does this mean for oil prices? Find out. → Read More

U.S. Food Supply Chains Struggle To Get Back Into Shape

Food manufacturers will look to strike a balance between quick fixes and structural solutions to increase resilience. Read more. → Read More

US Household Wealth Fell $6.1 Trillion In The Second Quarter

The falls in equity markets through the 1H 2022 have put a dent in household wealth. How will consumers withstand intensifying economic headwinds? Find out. → Read More

Ethereum Proof-Of-Stake May Be A Step Towards Broader Adoption

The Ethereum blockchain is on the verge of a major and risky upgrade which, if successful, would greatly reduce electricity use. Read more here... → Read More

Rates Spark: A Perfect Storm

European curves react to higher energy prices and to news of fiscal support by bear-flattening. More yield upside is to be expected when more spending is announced. Read more here... → Read More

OPEC+ Agrees On Small Output Cut

OPEC+ members surprised yesterday by agreeing to cut their output target by 100Mbbls/d for October. However, the impact of this cut on actual supply is limited. Read more here... → Read More

Singapore's Economy Is Losing Steam

Singapore’s export sector has remained relatively resilient in 2022. Read more. → Read More

EU Construction Sector Suffers Multiple Setbacks

We expect low growth in the EU construction sector this year and next. The EU Construction Confidence Indicator is still positive, but optimism is waning. Click here to read more. → Read More