‘The quiet before the storm in a teacup’ sums up the evolution of the markets in the month of May. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, has selected for you the memorable highlights concerning the trends in the past month in equities, bonds, central banks, currencies and commodities.
An excellent month of September ensured that the third quarter ended with positive figures for the equity markets. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, takes stock of the main trends in equities, bonds, currencies and commodities in the past month. He also explains the position of the central banks.
Exactly three years ago, David Cameron pledged to renegotiate more favorable terms for EU membership and then present this to British citizens in a referendum. The latter could be held any time up until the end of 2017 but Cameron is willing to move faster.
Despite the volatility of recent months, most financial markets closed quarter 3 2019 positively. In September too, the equity, bond, currency and commodity markets experienced fluctuations. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, analyses it for you.
In January, interest rates and the dollar were the key players on financial markets, with equity markets closely monitoring the movements of both. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, outlines the main trends on the equity, bond and currency markets over the past month.
In August, the financial markets were not in a summery mood. Economic trends and escalation of the trade conflict led to significant movements in the equity, bond, currency and commodities markets. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, analyses last month’s events for you.