Senior Sovereign Analyst Jon Levy answers some key questions about the European Central Bank's latest moves.
A historic shift in central bank policy is currently underway. The implications of this change are likely to be varied and in some instances substantial.
On 6 May, Scotland will hold parliamentary elections that could ramp up the push for a Scottish independence referendum. We believe this event and the prospect of another independence referendum could introduce market volatility.
We have witnessed central banks implement, reduce and exit quantitative easing (QE) programs to influence interest rates.
The December deadline for a Brexit deal is quickly approaching. One consequence of Brexit was that firms couldn’t plan—or they were forced to plan for a no-deal scenario. It’s a big reason why the pace of business investment was so sluggish in the years since the 2016 referendum...