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Bank of Japan dampens tightening speculation

Despite upgrading its economic growth outlook, the Bank of Japan kept monetary policy on …

Slowing UK economy reinforces our central scenario

The UK economy expanded by 0.3% according to the provisional estimate of GDP for …

ECB buys itself more time

The April ECB meeting proved another non-event with the governing council holding fire until …

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Some unpleasant electoral arithmetic

According to a poll conducted by Elabe, through Wednesday and Thursday of this week, 24.0% …

Thank Fathom it’s a Four-day weekend – Blame Canada?

It may only be Thursday, but with a four-day weekend starting tomorrow, it is appropriate …

Authoritarianism on the march in Fathom, and elsewhere?

“Democracy is the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that have …

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A Triumph for M. Macron and the Pollsters in Round One
French surveyors of public opinion have done a good job so far, with the results from Sunday’s first round of the French presidential race very close to the final set of polls. In line with our central forecast, it is Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen who proceed to the definitive round on 7 May, with the vote reportedly split 61/39 in favour of the centrist candidate.

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Economic Outlook 2017 Q2
Moves towards protectionism rest in the balance. As with Brexit and President Trump, the chances of a Le Pen victory are greater than the polls currently indicate.

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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