Taking place on 22 November
As fears of political and economic uncertainty rise, we can see the effect taking hold on the British consumer.
Sterling fell on the news
First rise in a decade
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a decisive victory in the snap election he called on 22 October.
Market pricing 90% chance of rate hike
Reduced to €30bn-a-month
Moved into short-duration high yield
Rising rate environment
Rates expected to rise in November
We believe that there are two types of bond bear market, writes Andrew Clarke, fund manager - fixed income at Sarasin & Partners.
Rate hike expected at MPC meeting in November
ONS corrected labour cost figures
Years of aggressive monetary accommodation have kept rates low and returns high across developed world bond markets. But yields are drifting higher, central banks are a little less cautious and inflation could be on the mend. We are, finally, nearing...
Down against almost every major and emerging market currency year-to-date, the US dollar is having a torrid 2017 so far, writes Arif Husain, head of international fixed income at T. Rowe Price.
Inflation key driver
Held rates at 0.25%
Climbed 1.1% to $1.201
Investment grade remains attractive
Follows hire of Stephen Message
Brexit proving a headwind
Unchanged from previous month
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