Macro Round-up – June 24th 2019

The next UK Prime Minister is to be chosen by the 160,000 members of the conservative party in a postal ballot. That such a decision is being made by a tiny proportion of the population is not a ringing endorsement of the UK democratic process, something that may be...

Macro Round Up – June 17th 2019

In a relatively quiet week for economic releases Donald Trump returned to twitter with gusto. As is typical, the tweets were a stream of consciousness. From a macro perspective he complained about EURUSD, the Russian gas pipeline to Europe, the Federal Reserve and the...