Losing ground to Clinton
Chief global economist Jessop to leave firm
In the immediate aftermath of the last recession and accompanying financial crisis, there was every reason to expect companies to be reticent about embarking on long-term, productivity-enhancing investment programmes.
To boost growth and employment
Up 1.2% against the US dollar
Pound fell 6% in two minutes
Some €719bn in AUM
Potential for QE to be ended earlier than expected
Lead-up to election on 8 November
Broke 7,000 this morning
Speaking at Conservative Party Conference
Taken new policy measures
First rate cut last month
Expectations of a move higher
Lael Brainard said case to tighten is 'less compelling'
Jobs could be moved to Europe
Key announcements over the break
Average AUM falls 22%
More robust economic data in August
First it was the stockmarket and now it is household spending: financial and economic trends are defiantly failing to develop as predicted.
Previously issued similar warning about China
In this summer's edition of the podcast, Investment Week speaks to two key figures in the wealth management community about the Brexit vote and the Bank of England's interest rate cut.