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Using business and consumer confidence survey data for April, the preliminary Q2 reading on …
Debt to GDP ratios have climbed to unprecedented levels across the developed world.
Political uncertainty may have cast a cloud over Donald Trump’s ability to loosen fiscal …
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Hurrying out of Old Street tube station yesterday morning I found myself face-to-face with Jeremy …
Undoubtedly, being responsible for the monetary policy of a common currency bloc of more than …
Once the week’s work is complete, Fathom staff, on occasion, are permitted to help themselves …
Sterling markets not yet concerned by UK General Election
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Economic Outlook 2017 Q2
If Le Pen wins, how long will the euro last? If she loses, will that mean we have passed the high-water mark for popular authoritarianism and protectionism?
Join us and our distinguished panellists as we debate the outlook for the global economy and asset markets in this challenging context.
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