The Bank of England has held interest rates at 0.25% but said a rate rise "over the coming months" was possible if the UK economy continues on its current trajectory.
In particular, they pointed to August's inflation which beat expectations, rising to 2.9% up from 2.6% in July, reaching levels last seen in 2012. Furthermore, in the Monetary Policy Committee meeting,...
Retail companies could exceed expectations
Debt has become the opioid crisis of the global economy.
Bond investors spent most of last year transitioning towards a more fundamentally driven approach to selecting assets.
There is something strange going on in Europe according to some commentators - the market has rallied aggressively post the trade war-induced sell-off in the fourth quarter of 2018.
We expect to see continued market volatility and macroeconomic uncertainty in the UK throughout 2019, not least due to Brexit.