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Rathbones: Great timing
Feb 5, 2019
US nonfarm payrolls smashed expectations once again, posting 304,000 new jobs in January instead of the 165,000 forecast. December's number was revised down from exceptionally high to very high. The ISM manufacturing survey rose to 56.6, higher than expected, showing that US producers are busy and confident. Consumer sentiment was soggier, however, dropping to the weakest level of Donald Trumpís presidency. It was likely dragged down by the record 35-day government shutdown, yet it held up significantly better than economists had expected. more...
Rathbones Review of the Week
Jan 29, 2019
Every time Theresa May gets trounced in Parliament, delays a vote or a member of her Cabinet lets slip that she wonít really force a no-deal exit from the EU, sterling shoots upward. more...
Dinosaur or canary? Rathbones
Jan 21, 2019
Global stock markets have been unsettled by political and economic uncertainty recently, and swung significantly between gains and losses in the final weeks of 2018. President Trumpís criticism of the Federal Reserveís latest interest rate rise added to concerns that US consumer demand may be cooling. Meanwhile, trade tensions between America and China continue despite a temporary truce. more...