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Monday, 11 December 2017

Anthony Peters, market strategist at Sol Capital Group' s stories

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    You spin me round

    Ticker | 13 April 2017

    Wednesday is usually when Donald Trump changes tack on at least one of his major policy promises, isn’t it? 

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    Yellen's mixed bag

    Ticker | 07 June 2016

    The Philadelphia Story: I do hope that I am not alone in wondering what exactly the Fed’s Janet Yellen told us yesterday. In essence we were treated to both the hawkish and the dovish view of the world and we ended up, truth be told, knowing little more than we would have done had we not been listening. 

  • World rally championship

    Ticker | 04 January 2017

    Japan returned to work today with the Nikkei putting on over 2.5% in a single session, not only playing catch up but by taking the lead. Is there no stopping this rally? 

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    Wild Turkey

    Ticker | 21 July 2016

    Despite being a political scientist and historian by background, I have so far largely desisted from commenting on developments in Turkey. This morning, however, after the imposition of the three-month state of emergency, things are different.

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    Why did Europe get it so horribly wrong?

    Ticker | 29 June 2017

    China’s President Xi Jinping flew in to Hong Kong today to spearhead the 20th anniversary celebrations of the handover of the territory from British control. 

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    Where is Goldman Sachs when we need it most?

    Ticker | 20 June 2017

    Love it or hate it, Goldman has in the past often been the house that has come up with the one observation that has changed what markets think. 

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    When the chips are down

    Ticker | 20 April 2016

    How the mighty have fallen. The announcement that Intel Corp is going into serious retrenchment mode should come as no surprise but it still feels like the cage in which we have lived for the past 30 or so years is being rattled and that cage no longer necessarily has Intel inside. 

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    When the answer is diddly-squat

    Ticker | 26 September 2016

    The calendar says September 26th which tells me that we’re at the beginning of the last week of the third quarter. We’re also, just for the record, at the beginning of the period where Fed-watching is replaced by election fever, which in turn kicks off with the first of the Trump/Clinton TV debates which is scheduled for tomorrow, UK time. With the candidates running neck-and-neck, markets as yet have no idea how to position themselves and have, as far as I can tell, so far gone neither way.

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    When Saudi Arabia ruled OPEC

    Ticker | 18 April 2016

    This weekend’s OPEC fiasco in Doha underscores Saudi Arabia’s lack of wiggle room in production. Saudi has its back to the wall, financially speaking, caught in the cold and it cannot afford to rein in its output. 

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    What won't be discussed at Jackson Hole

    Ticker | 21 August 2017

    Bannon gone and Icahn gone. Two more big names depart the White House team and whether what is left constitutes a team is questionable. That said, Steve Mnuchin and Gary Cohn both now look well entrenched and the sense has to be that John Kelly is beginning to work some magic straightening out the meandering appearance of life in and around the Oval Office.

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