Brexit

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Spain, the Euro, and the Dollar

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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?

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

France Narrows Down Candidates; Euro Jumps

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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

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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?

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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

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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...