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Japan: radical policy required

In July, central bank governor Kuroda ordered a comprehensive review of Japan’s monetary policy. Many saw this as a sign of diminished confidence in the Bank’s strategy, and thought that a change of tactic may be on the horizon. But as we suspected, last week’s announcement merely offered more of the same, just packaged differently.

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Fathom’s measure of Chinese economic activity – the China Momentum Indicator (CMI) – rose to 2.7% in August – an eleven-month high. Although this marks the third consecutive rise in this indicator, it remains well below the official Q2 headline annual growth estimate of 6.7%.

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German GDP growth to stagnate in the short term, but to outperform going forward

Germany’s Ifo index of business confidence and the European Commission’s Economic Sentiment Indicator both strengthened markedly …

CMI reaches eleven-month high of 2.7%

Fathom’s measure of Chinese economic activity – the China Momentum Indicator (CMI) – rose to 2.7% …

Measuring the size of Ireland’s economy

On the face of it, Ireland has had a good run, with its recovery since the …

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How Can Carney Calm Brexit-Shaken Britain? (Bloomberg TV)

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Thank Fathom it’s Friday – Playing it safe

How much is a safe worth?

Viewers of the hit television show Narcos might have asked …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – The end of globalisation?

International trade is like bacon: you can never have too much of it.

It is now …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – Independence play

Data released this morning pointed to easing manufacturing and mining activity in South Africa, and …

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