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.
More expansive fiscal policy is just what the doctor would order in the current economic environment. The big question remains whether politicians will also follow up on this advice. In this blog post, we take a look at what’s currently on the table in several important countries.
Business ethics has been a topic of many debates and controversies in the past two years. The regulatory developments on the European and global level, such as the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD) and the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Action Plan (BEPS) continue to feed the debate on responsible taxes.
The resurgence of the trade dispute, central banks, Italy, OPEC, etc. - numerous events affected the market in June. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, outlines the implications for the equity, bond and currency markets over the past month.
Financial markets are seeing lots of volatility and uncertainty has spread widely. Investors are fretting about several factors including China’s slowdown and its impact on emerging markets, US economic slowdown, the non-linear fall in oil prices, geopolitical risks and the European refugee crisis,...