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Rates Lower For Longer On ECB, Brexit

Danish policy rates will remain unchanged until 2020, reflecting sustained loose monetary policy by the European Central Bank as it attempts to underpin a slow and risk-fraught eurozone economic...

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Singapore – Q4 2016

The People's Action Party has ruled Singapore since its independence in 1965, and its 69.9% vote share in 2015's parliamentary elections is proof that it remains as relevant as ever. Singapore thus...

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Five Difficult Questions For The Eurozone

The next 12-18 months will be extremely testing for the eurozone economy given the slew of presidential and parliamentary elections in core countries, Brexit negotiations as well as the systemic risk...

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Five Key Takeaways From July Sales

There is much speculation that July's US light vehicle sales marked the beginning of the end for the market's growth streak. Here we give our initial reaction to the results and what they tell us...

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No 'Clean Bill Of Health' For European Banks Yet

At the decree of regulators, Europe's banks have shed billions of pounds worth of assets and raised capital levels significantly since the last round of stress test results published by the European...

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