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Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 22nd November...

Article | Podcasts | 22/11/2021

Developed market equities advanced, boosted by strong earnings and some speculation of rising interest rates, while emerging markets hit a bumpy patch. This week brings Flash PMI data from across the globe, which could show widespread declines in the Services sector reading, despite strong Manufacturing indicators.

Panel Podcast: COP26- The investment focus

Article | Podcasts | 18/11/2021

The UN Climate Change Conference produced a raft of headlines and pledges, some positive and some not. The US and China agreed to co-operate faced with an ‘existential crisis’. But more ambitious targets are needed from the world’s biggest car manufacturers.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 15th November...

Article | Podcasts | 15/11/2021

Headlines were dominated by sharp jumps in inflation around the world, as well as the COP26 climate change summit, where an agreement was reached on limiting greenhouse gas emissions. This week President Biden’s Infrastructure bill will be signed into law and further data releases could indicate persistent inflationary pressures.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 8th November...

Article | Podcasts | 08/11/2021

Financial markets were in a buoyant mood, as the US Federal Reserve confirmed tapering of its pandemic-era stimulus, with immediate effect. Pledges from world leaders at the UN Climate Change Conference, or COP26, covered deforestation, as well as methane and coal production.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 1st November...

Article | Podcasts | 01/11/2021

US equity markets hit new highs, as Q3 earnings reports beat estimates and Microsoft regained the title of world’s biggest public company. This week could bring an announcement on tapering from the US Federal Reserve, an interest rate hike from the Bank of England and a raft of macroeconomic data for October. 

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 25th October...

Article | Podcasts | 25/10/2021

Weaker industrial production data from the US and China reflected supply chain disruption, while US inflation forecasts crept higher. We review expectations for the COP26, or UN Climate Change Conference, which begins this week.

Panel Podcast - Could this be stagflation?

Article | Podcasts | 19/10/2021

Soaring energy prices have added to the list of this year’s inflationary pressures. At the same time, the Delta variant and falling consumer confidence have caused growth forecasts to be cut.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 18th October...

Article | Podcasts | 18/10/2021

US equity markets were boosted by strong Q3 earnings reports from major banks, in spite of indications of ‘stagflation’ (slowing growth and rising inflation) from various macroeconomic sources. This week brings Flash PMI data from the major economies, which could offer further evidence of a decline in growth momentum.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 11th October...

Article | Podcasts | 11/10/2021

US employment data dominated the agenda, eventually falling short of forecasts and prompting questions over the US Federal Reserve’s tapering plans. This week expectations for US Q3 earnings reports are positive, but the rate of growth is unlikely to match the phenomenal second quarter.

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 4th October...

Article | Podcasts | 04/10/2021

Financial markets closed out September in downbeat mood, troubled by fears of stagflation (declining growth and rising inflation) and persistent uncertainty as to the future of Chinese property giant Evergrande. 

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 27th September...

Article | Podcasts | 27/09/2021

Two big stories dominated financial markets last week: the hawkish shift in US Federal Reserve rhetoric; and the continuing meltdown at Chinese property giant Evergrande.

Panel Podcast - Has economic growth momentum...

Article | Podcasts | 21/09/2021

A combination of the Delta variant, supply chain friction and weaker consumer confidence, has hit growth momentum around the world. Has the recovery been derailed or just delayed?

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