Macro Round-up January 28th 2019

After 35 days, the US government shutdown was temporarily ended. Speculative reasons for the termination of the shutdown include Pelosi’s threat not to allow Trump deliver his State of the Union address, poll numbers that indicated that the President and the...

Macro Round-up January 21st 2019

Eurozone growth is forecasted to slow in 2019 but Mario Draghi is adamant that there is limited risk of a recession. Supporting his belief is the fiscal stimulus to be provided by Italy and France. Uncharacteristically there is also a serious debate amongst German...

Macro Round-up January 14th 2019

The World Bank released their GDP forecasts for 2019 and in spite of the numerous negative economic and political headlines listed by different media organizations there were only very slight downgrades to their previous forecasts. The Global, US, Chinese and Eurozone...