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ECONOMICS
Nov 14th, 2017
Eurozone survey indicators are giving conflicting signals. The European Commission’s headline survey indicator hit a ten-year high in October, but at the same time the IHS Markit Eurozone PMI survey dropped slightly. Although the October PMI fell just short of six-and-a-half year highs seen in the second quarter, the latest reading was in line with the elevated average reading seen in the third quarter.
CREDIT
Jul 6th, 2017
Q2 2017 IHS Markit Loan Market Data Snapshot
EQUITIES
May 2nd, 2017
Find out the trends that drove the securities lending market over Q1 2017
EQUITIES
Mar 16th, 2017
Near term political and economic uncertainty has not spooked investors grappling with the impact of rising US interest rates on the global economy. Traders now bet that a mid-March Fed rate hike has become a near certainty while investors wait for the next catalyst for stock prices to continue breaking records or for political uncertainty to re-emerge.
STRUCTURED FINANCE
Mar 8th, 2017
The Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) market has experienced steady spread tightening since the second half of 2016.
EQUITIES
Feb 15th, 2017
January 2017: Research Signals model performance report
EQUITIES
Feb 15th, 2017
Markets from the US, the UK and Japan have passed their own long-term or record breaking milestones in January as investors focused on buoyant economic indicators.
STRUCTURED FINANCE
Feb 14th, 2017
After an extend lull in the Trust Preferred CDO (TruPS) market, activity in the first half of February has picked up at a feverish pace. The past month has brought 36 securities to market totaling over $260MM in original face. Increased demand and improved fundamentals have led to significant spread tightening across the stack.
ECONOMICS
Feb 9th, 2017
Inflation has picked up sharply in the eurozone, and survey data suggest that the rate of increase will continue to accelerate. Clues as to whether higher prices are affecting demand can be gleaned from unique PMI data.
ECONOMICS
Jan 24th, 2017
In an environment dominated by uncertainty and highly influenced by regulation, legislation and government policies, the healthcare industry will have to evolve in a changing landscape in 2017. The inauguration of a new government in the US, a key market in the healthcare sector, raises the possibility of significant policy changes over the course of the year which could have an impact on healthcare companies globally.