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In response to last week’s UK referendum result, investors have slashed the already low probabilities previously assigned to the prospect of US interest rate increases. Currently, the chances of a hike even by the end of next year are seen as just 26%. In our view, investors would be wise to consider the possibility that the US labour market is close to full employment.

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  • Our own measure of economic activity in China, our China Momentum Indicator, stood at 2.4% in March.
    That is 0.1 percentage points higher than an upwardly revised February reading, and suggests that China’s economic growth has not only bottomed but quickened
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Uncertainty surrounding Brexit intensifies

On Friday morning we set out our initial thoughts on the consequences of the UK’s decision to …

Baby boomers boosting US wage growth

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Chart of the Week: Brexit and the Fed: are all bets really off?

In response to last week’s UK referendum result, investors have slashed the already low probabilities …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday- Not out of Europe yet

At least until England, Wales and Northern Ireland play over the next few days.

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – Spot the bubble!

Housing markets are prone to bubbles, when prices soar relative to incomes and then collapse …

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