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Episode 14: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

July 22, 2021
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Episode 14: Amidst market fears of slowing growth, Neil Staines looks ahead to the FOMC meeting and GDP prints for the US and Europe….

Episode 13: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

July 16, 2021
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Episode 13: From the Reserve Bank of Australia, Bank of Japan and ECB monetary policy to global PMIs and UK retail sales, join Neil Staines…

Episode 12: The ECB, PBoC and the Fed – a busy week ahead

July 9, 2021
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Episode 12: This week we look ahead to a rich set of data and talking points from across markets. Join Neil Staines…

Episode 11: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

July 2, 2021
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Episode 11: A big week! From UK GDP, the Fed’s minutes, services PMI and German ZEW to the Reserve Bank of Australia, join Neil Staines…

Episode 10: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

June 25, 2021
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Episode 10: From China’s upcoming June PMI figures to the US’ employment report and the wider theme of normalisation, join Neil Staines…

Episode 9: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

June 18, 2021
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Episode 9: From the Bank of England’s upcoming monetary policy meeting to the US’ PCE figures for May, join Neil Staines…

Idea Jeneration: Are defaults in China a good thing?

June 14, 2021
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Stephen Jen discusses why recent defaults in China should not be a concern for investors…

Idea Jeneration: What does supply and demand look like in the China onshore bond market?

June 7, 2021
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Stephen Jen discusses supply and demand in the China bond market, and why it could be time for investors to enter the market…

Episode 8: The Long & Short of the Week Ahead

June 3, 2021
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Episode 8: From the ECB’s highly anticipated June meeting to the Bank of Canada and the wider implications of China’s trade data, join Neil Staines…

Idea Jeneration: Why should China onshore bonds be considered a safe-haven asset?

June 1, 2021
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Stephen Jen discusses the characteristics of China bonds, and why they should be seen as safe havens…

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