12 Results for: Brexit

Spain, the Euro, and the Dollar


First there was Brexit, and now Catalonia. Spain is the fifth largest economy in the Euro zone, and Catalonia is its most prosperous region, contributing around...

‘Frexit’ Averted; How Should Investors Think about European Equities?


In a sign of the remarkable times in which we live, discussions of...

France Narrows Down Candidates; Euro Jumps


Following the first round of the French Election, the euro jumped to a five-month high against the dollar in a...

Push and Pull on Global Currencies


Concerns over escalating geopolitical tensions, doubts over U.S. fiscal stimulus, and uncertainty over political battles have pushed and pulled on global currencies.

What Did the Markets Miss in 2016?


The first six weeks of 2016 did not go exactly the way one would like to start things off. The world was set up for China’s economy to grow at 7%, but when it became clear that...

The British Pound is the Talk of the Town


The British pound is the talk of the currency markets as it has continued its Brexit slide trading near record lows. The Brexit debate leaves investors uneasy and could pose...