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Monday, 23 October 2017

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

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    Still in the woods

    Ticker | 23 May 2017

    For better or for worse, the impact  on markets of the Manchester outrage should be nil. We have enough experience with terror attacks to know that to be the case.

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    Long remains the new neutral

    Ticker | 22 May 2017

    As if markets were not political enough at the moment, we are now faced at the same time with, for lack of a better description, the two faces of the Trump presidency. 

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    Go placidly amid the noise and haste

    Ticker | 19 May 2017

    I shudder when I am reminded that I have spent the best part of four decades in the financial markets and it only gets worse when I ask myself how much I have learnt during that time. 

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    Hear no evil, see no evil

    Ticker | 17 May 2017

    It would be fatuous not to agree that there is something very troubling going on.

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    En avance!

    Ticker | 15 May 2017

    Looking through the pomp and circumstance of Young Macron’s splendid inauguration yesterday morning (did I hear anything other than a rephrased “Let’s make France great again”?) we had a weekend where we were treated to both the dark and bright sides of globalisation.

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    La Dolce Vita

    Ticker | 12 May 2017

    I return from a short trip to one of the more remote parts of the northern Italy where I found myself lodging in a hilltop village in the stunningly beautiful Monferrato region. 

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    Nous avons gagné!

    Ticker | 08 May 2017

    So went an exited phone call from a close French friend of mine in the early hours of Sunday evening. 

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    Foam the runway!

    Ticker | 05 May 2017

    On Monday morning there was a lot of oohs and aahs to be heard as WTI looked as though it was not going to go back above US$50 per barrel. 

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    La fin du débat

    Ticker | 04 May 2017

    The two hour face-to-face slanging match between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen has been and gone and there is no doubt that the former decisively won on points, not that there was ever any serious doubt that he would. 

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    Scary markets

    Ticker | 03 May 2017

    I got a call last evening from Mickey the Guillemot, a retired old bond dog in New York.