Thursday, 21 June 2018

Divyang Shah' s stories

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  • IFR

    PBoC Watch

    Capital City | 04 February 2015

    Divyang Shah on the Chinese central bank’s broad/targeted RRR cut.

  • IFR

    Swiss franc watch

    Capital City | 02 February 2015

    SNB: What’s the new FX policy?

  • IFR

    EM & DM central bank surprises continue

    Capital City | 29 January 2015

    Divyang Shah sees a possible ”BBC” solution for the Swiss franc.

  • An employee is seen walking over a mosaic of pound sterling symbols

    Political turmoil risks extend beyond Greece

    Capital City | 26 January 2015

    Divyang Shah on hedging against election uncertainty from Finland to the UK.

  • IFR

    The ECB's major move

    Capital City | 22 January 2015

    Shah: Open-ended QE to achieve price stablity

  • Mario Draghi

    ECB: Key points from Draghi statement

    Capital City | 22 January 2015

      Will buy €60bn of assets per month €60bn includes ABSPP/CBPP3 Programme to start March 2015 and end in Sept 2016 TLTRO now offered at a rate equal to MRO, removing 10bps spread Prevailing accommodation insufficient EU institution bond purchases subject to loss sharing Sov bond buys based on capital key Additional criteria to apply where EU/IMF programme To continue until sustained adjustment in inflation path

  • IFR

    ECB Preview

    Capital City | 21 January 2015

    Shah: Risk mutualisation + risk de-mutualisation = more than €500bn of QE

  • IFR

    GBP to bear brunt of likely political turmoil

    Capital City | 20 January 2015

    Divyang Shah on how to play the pound ahead of the polls.

  • IFR

    SNB: NIRP is now key policy instrument

    Capital City | 15 January 2015

    Divyang Shah on the implications of the shock Swiss decision.

  • Swiss francs

    Swiss franc floor abandoned in surprise SNB move

    Capital City | 15 January 2015

    The SNB has abandoned the EUR/CHF floor and has cut interest rates by a further 0.50%, taking the deposit rate to -0.75%.