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India GDP: too good to be true?

India’s annual GDP growth softened from 7.3% to 7.0% in 2016 Q4, proving to …

Sweden GDP growth to slow amid risks of a banking crisis

In the last quarter of 2016, Sweden’s economy expanded by 2.3% year-on-year, compared to …

Denmark to benefit from strong growth in US and Germany

Denmark’s economy continued its upward trend, expanding by 1.9% in the four quarters to …

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Great expectations

Thanks to the credibility of the Bank of England, consumer expectations do not jump around …

Bitcoin – time to cash out?

In spite of Fathom’s previous note, interest in virtual currencies, of which Bitcoin remains the …

Happy Silver Anniversary, Maastricht!

It had to happen someday. After managing to keep its head down for a good …

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FOMC to hold fire for now
According to the Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee’s latest meeting, participants accept the need to raise the fed funds rate again “fairly soon”. That is more likely to mean June than next month, in our view.

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