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Weldon and Moore (Artemis) on US economy, FED and the upcoming presidential elections

Fund managers Cormac Weldon and Stephen Moore run the Artemis US Select Fund and Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund respectively. The Artemis US Select Fund is a concentrated, ‘best ideas’ fund that follows a high-conviction approach. In this column they share their views on the US economy, the FED policy rate decisions and the upcoming presidential … Continue reading

How US stock markets reacted to the Fed interest rate hike

A reasearch by Stefano Francesco Fugazzi (ABC Economics) – Last March ABC Economics assessed the US stock market’s reaction to interest rate hikes (LINK). For months general consensus was that Fed Governor Yellen was going to increase rates by the end of 2015. On 16 December the Governor announced the first hike since 2006. As anticipated by … Continue reading

Causes and consequences of persistently low interest rates

Interest rates are at historic lows in advanced nations around the world and markets expect them to stay low for years. This column introduces the 17th CEPR-ICMB Geneva Report on the World Economy, “Low for Long? Causes and Consequences of Persistently Low Interest Rates”. Written by four world-renowned macroeconomists, the report suggests that real interest … Continue reading

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