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FEAOS: revamping our equity framework

The FEAOS (Fathom Equity Analyst Optimism Score) shows whether equity analysts expect earnings to …

US auto debt: a look under the bonnet

There are some similarities between the US auto industry today and the US housing …

UK MPC almost reacts to above-expected inflation

In a Newsletter last month we argued that, with inflation set to exceed the …

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Macron momentum and May madness

June has been a busy month for politics in Europe. Fresh from his victory in …

Thank Fathom it’s Friday – The power of dissent

In the great 1957 film “Twelve angry men” (from the play of the same name …

Lame duck PM clings on to poisoned chalice after epic campaign fail

The second team at a village cricket club recently reached a score of 201/2 after …

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Financial markets take UK general election result in their stride
The Conservative Party has never seen its poll lead collapse so far in such a small span of time ahead of an election, from a lead of 20 percentage points or more, to a lead of only 2 percentage points last Thursday, delivering a hung parliament. The cliché goes: oppositions do not win elections; governments lose them. This government did not lose, but it came extremely close, from an extremely comfortable starting position. That has to rank as a fail on the part of the Conservative campaign.
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