Recently published confidence indicators suggest that the Brexit fallout on the Eurozone economy and the rest of the world remains contained. This signal is certainly encouraging. At the same time, however, it’s too soon to state that the Eurozone will continue to shrug off the consequences of the Brexit vote.
Helicopter Money is an extreme form of quantitative easing. It was first suggested in the sixties as a plan to stimulate economic growth and combat deflation. In an extreme form it is not unlike scattering money over the heads of the people. The idea of using helicopter money won ever more ground in recent months.
Degroof Petercam Asset Management has learned from three years of sustainability analysis in emerging economies. But what challenges really play a significant role? Check out this first article to find the answer.
Several reputed investors have declared war on the RMB in recent days. How worried should we about an imminent collapse of the RMB? Should we believe Chinese policymakers stating that there is ‘no basis’ for big RMB depreciation?