After the British House of Commons rejected the Brexit vote: How will things develop and what are the 4 scenarios for the British pound?
Read our recent blog post on the ten theses for financial market development in 2019. Is fear of a recession exaggerated?
2018 was a year of politics in the stock markets. Find out which three major topics dominated the international market activities in the current year.
Real global GDP-growth has already fallen to 2.8% in Q3 2018. A number of economic indicators are suggesting that this trend will continue. For example the flattening yield curve in the US indicates that market participants expect a slowdown in economic activity.
The positive reaction to the agreement between the USA and China on not further escalating the trade conflict for the time being was only short-lived. Risky assets remain under pressure. A number of factors continue to burden the markets.
Economic Outlook 2019: There are signs that the world economy will slow down next year. Read here why there are still reasons to be optimistic!
The engine of the economy in Slovakia is running on a good momentum. In recent years it has been going through a cyclical upswing. Take a look at the drivers, but also consider potential threats going forward.
The “divorce agreement” of the British with the EU stands. At the highly anticipated EU Special Summit on Sunday, Britain and the EU agreed on their post-Brexit relations at the end of March 2019. Now only the vote in the British House of Commons is missing. It’s getting tight.
The People’s Republic of China is one of the winners of globalisation – but the strong economic growth has also created asymmetries within the Chinese economy. Read more about how the “Made in China 2025”-strategy will help and what role the new silk road plays.
The outcome of the US Congressional election on Tuesday has caused some relief in the international financial markets. Read more about it in our blog.