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Global

7th September, 2022 » The deciders

This report is about reconciling the historical predictors of doom with the concept of what could go right. It introduces…

China

25th August, 2022 » The China conundrum

China’s debt problems persist and are increasingly evident in the housing market. While this is unlikely to lead to immediate…

Italy

20th July, 2022 » Farewell Draghi

Italy’s PM Mario Draghi is resigning after losing the support of parties in the governing coalition. This will hit Italian…

Political positioning has already begun ahead of Italy’s parliamentary elections next Spring. After a long-running feud within Italy’s Five Star…

Global

8th June, 2022 » The broken plate

The world will continue to split along Cold War lines – economically, culturally, technologically and scientifically. Inflation and recession risks…

Global

15th March, 2022 » New world (dis)order

What will the post-conflict world look like? What lies beyond the immediate “Warcession” discussed yesterday? This short piece describes the…

Europe

14th March, 2022 » Warcession

The EU authorities are in denial. This is bad for equities, north-south EU bond spreads, high-yield bonds and the euro.…

Global

7th March, 2022 » The war logic

Equity markets are likely to continue to go lower. The US dollar will be stronger. Commodity prices will stay high.…

China

3rd March, 2022 » Behind the arras

China’s “twin sessions” of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference…

Russia

23rd February, 2022 » Putin’s primer

Our Russia hedges (long energy, agricultural commodities and gold, short bonds, equities (EU focused etc.) have worked well. A market…

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