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June 4, 2018

This week it's a look at credit risk pricing in the Eurozone. This is a chart I've been using a lot in recent months, of course as of the last week it's looking a bit more interesting now!  The reason why I've highlighted this chart in the past is that post-financial c...

September 8, 2017

A curious couple of trends are underway on the global stage.  Global economic policy uncertainty appears to have peaked at an all time high earlier this year, while at the same time average implied volatility across global equities looks to have bottomed, after putting...

June 15, 2017

A number of commentators have pointed out the divergence between economic policy uncertainty indexes and the VIX or equity volatility.  We decided to take a global view on the matter, by looking at a global volatility index and global economic policy uncertainty index,...

February 10, 2017

Here's a brief preview of the topics and charts covered in the latest Weekly Macro Themes.

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1. Cracks in the synchronized recovery: some cracks are starting to show in the synchro...

December 11, 2016

2016 was the year of political risk.  From Trump to Brexit, China's ongoing economic and political transitions, India's demonetisation, PM resignations, leadership transitions, geopolitical risks, OPEC, central bank policy, the rise of Eurosceptic parties, hacking alle...

October 18, 2016

This is a follow up to an article that appeared on Seeking Alpha (based on a topic that featured in the Topdown Charts Weekly Macro Themes last week).  There were a lot of comments around how the polls are biased, and there probably is an element of bias in the polls,...

September 7, 2016

Here's a quick post on a graph I was curious about, namely the presidential polls vs the markets.  I did a similar exercise for the Brexit vote by tracking a moving average of averages of the polls (aka poll of polls) which ultimately gave the right lead on the outcome...

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