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Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 14th June...

Article | Podcasts | 14/06/2021

US inflation data came in above forecasts, rising by its highest annual rate since 2008, but there was little reaction from the bond markets. This week will bring the US Federal Reserve meeting, where we will get an insight into the central bank’s current thinking.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 7th June 2021

Article | Podcasts | 07/06/2021

US employment numbers were the focus of financial markets, falling short of consensus forecasts, while agricultural commodity prices soared. This week is forecast to bring a further jump in US headline CPI numbers to 4.7%, as well as the monthly meeting of the European Central Bank.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Tuesday 1st June...

Article | Podcasts | 01/06/2021

The scale of President Biden’s $6 trillion budget plans impressed the markets. US Federal Reserve members addressed the ‘talking about tapering’ issue, nonetheless failing to lift the US dollar, which hit a three year low against China’s renminbi. 

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 24th May 2021

Article | Podcasts | 24/05/2021

Bond markets took the latest Federal Reserve commentary in their stride, while equity market volatility jumped on fears of ‘crypto-contagion’.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 17th May 2021

Article | Podcasts | 17/05/2021

This week should bring further confirmation of the global rebound in economic activity, as well as more insight into the US Federal Reserve’s claims of ‘transitory’ inflation pressures. 

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 10th May 2021

Article | Podcasts | 10/05/2021

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen rattled both bond and equity markets globally with comments about interest rate hikes, before offering reassuring words on inflation.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Tuesday 4th May 2021

Article | Podcasts | 04/05/2021

This week brings PMI data from around the world, with expectations of historically high numbers as economies rebound.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 26th April...

Article | Podcasts | 26/04/2021

US quarterly earnings largely beat expectations, although any shortfalls, such as Netflix new subscriber numbers, were swiftly punished by the markets. 

Panel Podcast - On the investment radar

Article | Podcasts | 22/04/2021

The first quarter was characterised by renewed optimism, boosted by stimulus packages and vaccine rollouts. This brought a sector rotation in the equity markets, from growth to value stocks.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 19th April...

Article | Podcasts | 19/04/2021

US equity markets made new record highs, spurred on by strong consumer spending, while the post-pandemic bounce saw China’s GDP growth rate hit record levels. This week brings a raft of quarterly earnings from major US companies, such as Johnson & Johnson and Netflix.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 12th April...

Article | Podcasts | 12/04/2021

Equities rallied as government bond markets were reassured by the US Federal Reserve, with the tech heavy Nasdaq index at the forefront of gains. This week the focus will be on US inflation and retail sales data, as well as the expected rebound in China’s GDP after the pandemic-struck first quarter of 2020.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Tuesday 6th April...

Article | Podcasts | 06/04/2021

President Biden’s infrastructure stimulus package, worth $2.25 trillion, stole the headlines and will be much debated in Congress over the coming week. Elsewhere, as strong survey data came through, China’s currency fell to the lowest point since the trade war with the US, on expectations that monetary stimulus measures will soon be withdrawn.

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