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BII Global weekly commentary

BII Global weekly commentary

🕔14:01, 16.Apr 2019

Key points We share our research on the potential impact from climate-related risks on three markets, aided by advances in data and climate science. The European Central Bank kept its policy unchanged and signalled the potential for more dovish moves.

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Future of Europe – the Eurozone and the next recession

Future of Europe – the Eurozone and the next recession

🕔13:02, 16.Apr 2019

UBS House View Weekly — 15 April 2019 “Whatever it takes.” These words of Mario Draghi’s marked the inflection point in the last recession and paved the way to the present economic recovery. But as the euro celebrates its 20th

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Market turbulence and policy reversal shouldn’t cow investors

Market turbulence and policy reversal shouldn’t cow investors

🕔18:06, 15.Apr 2019

Rick Rieder and Russ Brownback argue that despite the market turbulence witnessed in the past several months, as well as a dramatic policy reversal, we find ourselves at a moment of remarkable economic stability. That fact, along with greater policy

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Can more public information raise uncertainty? The international evidence on forward guidance

🕔02:00, 15.Apr 2019

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The CSPP at work – yield heterogeneity and the portfolio rebalancing channel

🕔02:00, 15.Apr 2019

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The benefits and costs of adjusting bank capitalisation: evidence from euro area countries

🕔02:00, 12.Apr 2019

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Once bitten: new evidence on the link between IMF conditionality and IMF stigma

🕔02:00, 12.Apr 2019

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ECB’s Governing Council communicates wait-and-see attitude

ECB’s Governing Council communicates wait-and-see attitude

🕔03:06, 11.Apr 2019

Short Note ECB As expected, no decisions were taken at today's meeting of the Governing Council. What the market had been waiting for were references to the specifications of the TLTRO-3 program – in particular, how the interest rate will

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A record-breaking quarter

A record-breaking quarter

🕔17:17, 8.Apr 2019

Key points The first quarter of 2019 has been record-breaking in credit markets, with some surprising winners The dovish change in the European Central Bank’s policy outlook at its 7 March meeting boosted the performance of euro credi Fund flows

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Features of a macroprudential stance: initial considerations

Features of a macroprudential stance: initial considerations

🕔14:30, 8.Apr 2019

Executive summary In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, macroprudential policy has become increasingly important to address different types of risks in the financial system. Given the short history of macroprudential policies, national macroprudential authorities are left with a

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Major Markets & Credit Research

Major Markets & Credit Research

🕔04:02, 6.Apr 2019

ECB’s Governing Council to meet next week  The Governing Council will meet next week. The main issues will be the economic outlook, specifications of TLTRO3, and whether the deposit facility interest rate will move. Since the last meeting of the

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Why Markets Are Overreacting to Europe’s Bind

Why Markets Are Overreacting to Europe’s Bind

🕔11:02, 5.Apr 2019

Investment Strategy Insights  Imagine being joined at the hip to China’s economy, having to ride its ups and downs, while at the same time being subject to Federal Reserve policy through a fixed peg to the US dollar. That’s the

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ECB considers tiering, Chinese PMI delivers positive surprise and EM elections

🕔14:18, 1.Apr 2019

Discussions resurfacing on tiering ECB’s negative deposit rate. Last Wednesday, Reuters reported that the European Central Bank (ECB) was ”studying options to lower the charge that banks pay on some of their excess cash as a possible way to offset

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Review of markets over March 2019

Review of markets over March 2019

🕔13:13, 1.Apr 2019

The new year has brought with it a new wave of optimism, with equities and credit rallying strongly across the world. The sell-off in equities and credit in the final quarter of last year was caused predominantly by concerns about

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Macroprudential policy in a monetary union with cross-border banking

🕔01:00, 29.Mar 2019

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Demographics and the natural real interest rate: historical and projected paths for the euro area

🕔01:00, 28.Mar 2019

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On the credit and exchange rate channels of central bank asset purchases in a monetary union

🕔01:00, 28.Mar 2019

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Does liquidity regulation impede the liquidity profile of collateral?

🕔01:00, 27.Mar 2019

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Taylor-rule consistent estimates of the natural rate of interest

🕔01:00, 27.Mar 2019

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Stress testing household balance sheets in Luxembourg

🕔01:00, 26.Mar 2019

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Fiscal multipliers and foreign holdings of public debt

🕔01:00, 26.Mar 2019

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Distance(s) and the volatility of international trade(s)

🕔01:00, 25.Mar 2019

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Concentration, market power and dynamism in the euro area

🕔01:00, 25.Mar 2019

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Liquidity: The tide is high as central banks hold on

Liquidity: The tide is high as central banks hold on

🕔02:01, 23.Mar 2019

Monthly Investment Strategy  From the European Central Bank’s tiny steps to the US Federal Reserve’s balance sheet policy, the liquidity tide is high 

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Risk assets rallied further in February due to optimism on US-China trade talks

Risk assets rallied further in February due to optimism on US-China trade talks

🕔11:02, 22.Mar 2019

Risk assets rallied further in February due to optimism on US-China trade talks, low volatility, and positive sentiment from the Federal Reserve’s dovish pivot in January. As US Treasury prices declined, the rate curve steepened, with two-year and 10-year rates

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