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December and 2020 in Figures

January 1, 2021

During 2020, the federal funds was slashed 150 basis points, the Bank of England base rate was cut 65 basis points, but benchmarks at the European Central Bank, Swiss National Bank and Bank of Japan were already very low and didn’t fall additionally. Sovereign debt yields in 2020 fell a whole lot more in the […] More

November 2020 in Figures

November 30, 2020

November was a momentous month both within financial markets and surrounding news. in the price of gold was only slight. Donald Trump became only the sixth incumbent president since 1900 to lose his bid for reelection. More rare, his political party picked up seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and stands a decent chance […] More

September 2020 and Third Quarter in Figures

September 30, 2020

Third-quarter declines in the dollar were for the most part trimmed during the past month. Likewise, the dollar fell in the quarter but generally rose in September. There weren’t any central bank interest rate changes in the quarter in the countries examined here. Ten-year sovereign debt yields fell in September, while net changes between end-2Q […] More

October in Figures

October 31, 2019

The intensification of risk related to U.S.-Sino trade talks and Brexit that happened in September receded partly in October. Monthend came and went without the U.K. leaving the EU either with or without a deal, and sufficient progress in the trade talks forestalled the threat of sharp tariff increases at least for a while. Impeachment […] More

Ugly Start to a New Year

January 2, 2019

In the first session of 2019, stock markets slumped 3.1% in Hong Kong, 1.8% in Taiwan, 1.6% in Australia,, 1.5% in South Korea and Vietnam, 1.2% in China, and 1.0% in India and Singapore. There was mercifully no trading in Japan or New Zealand due to holiday closures. In Europe where the Swiss market was […] More

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