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Fathom’s Global Economic and Market Outlook Q4

When politics Trumps economics

We will be looking at anti-globalisation and what part the new president will play in regards to global markets. Clinton or Trump.

Guest speaker: Bill Johnson, Emeritus Fellow of Politics at Magdalen College, Oxford, will complement Fathom’s global macro / financial markets outlook with his assessment of the political outlook in the US and elsewhere.

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Portugal — hanging on by the skin of its teeth

Last week, holders of Portuguese government bonds were on tenterhooks as ratings agency DBRS was due to give its verdict on the grade of the country’s debt, potentially knocking it down to junk status. As we suspected, on Friday DBRS confirmed that it would maintain Portugal’s sovereign debt at investment grade.

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Weak growth clouds South Africa’s fiscal outlook

Against a backdrop of weaker economic growth, South Africa’s embattled Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, announced …

Fed hike: hiccup, not horror for EMs

After a difficult two years for emerging market economies, many have experienced substantial rallies in their …

UK rate cut on cards despite 3½% inflation

It is now almost universally accepted that UK inflation will overshoot the Bank of England’s 2% target. …

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Thank Fathom it’s Friday – Portugal hanging on by the skin of its teeth

Holders of Portuguese government bonds are on tenterhooks as ratings agency DBRS is due to …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – When politics Trumps economics

Imagine a world in which Donald Trump is the President of the United States, and …

The penny has dropped – Chart of the week

Last week, sterling hit its lowest level in more than 30 years against the US …

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