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What Causes Inflation?

By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 17/03/2020

How does monetary policy influence inflation? Read Fisher Investments UK’s latest article to learn more.

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Why a Shrinking Workforce Doesn’t Assure Stagnation

By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 07/01/2020

Much of the academic literature we have reviewed posits demographics determine long-term economic growth. Rising populations mean more demand for just about everything: food, housing, clothing, energy, medical care, services—you name it. It also means a rising workforce, providing the ability to meet that demand.

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A Primer on Yield Curves: What They Are and How They Affect You

By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 02/07/2019

The yield curve charts a country’s interest rates across all loan maturities—from short-term rates set by the central bank to long-term government bond rates traded in the marketplace. It is widely thought to be a reliable leading economic indicator. Here we explain why we think the yield curve works and how we interpret today’s yield curves. 

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Eurozone Sentiment Underrates Reality

By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 13/06/2019

In our view, markets move most on the gap between reality and folks’ emotions or expectations about reality—sentiment, broadly. Today, we think quantitative and qualitative measures of sentiment suggest investors are increasingly dour about the eurozone’s prospects.

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Spring Showers Bring May Myths

By Fisher Investments UK, Citywire, 09/05/2019

Spring has sprung! And with the warmer temperatures, sunnier days and budding flowers we expect another yearly regularity to hit soon: financial media’s warnings you should exit equities before the annual summer doldrums hit markets – to sell, that is, in May.

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