Negative Feedback Loop in Europe

While most of the attention post-Brexit has been on the UK, we are far more concerned about Europe.  Markets and the economy operate in a feedback loop, and the performance of European banks relative to the stock market points to a fall in lending ahead in Europe. ...

Credit in UK Booming Again; Wage Growth Has Lagged

There are continuing signs the UK’s economy is increasingly resembling itself prior to the financial crisis.  House-price growth has cooled of late, but is still growing at 4.6% YoY, down from almost 12% last summer.  Consumer credit is also growing at a healthy clip,...

Long-term Real Yields’ Decline Implies Stagflation

Yield curves almost everywhere have been flattening.  At the long end of yield curves, bonds have been rallying all year.  This is to be expected in Europe, where growth remains lacklustre, inflation is very weak, and the ECB is firmly in easing mode.  However, even...
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