Possible outcomes examined
The UK macro landscape is anything but settled. As Brexit D-Day fast approaches and signs of any tangible progress yet to materialise, markets are gearing up for a prolonged period of uncertainty and confusion.
European credit markets were hit this year by the rise in global trade tensions, a sudden spark in equity volatility and further political risks in Europe, mainly Italy.
Concerns about negotiators
China impacted in particular
What is on industry leaders' radar for the next six months?
Assessing the impact of a possible AMLO win
Fell 15.6 percentage points
Exporters to perform well
Euro up against most major currencies
Could result in significant amount of disruption for markets
Political issues remain
Hung parliament most likely result
Study commissioned by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
'BoJ have gone stir-crazy'
'Indications of irrational exuberance'
Brexit, earnings and valuations a concern
Central bank actions being closely monitored
80% outperformed index
Germany has become 'less predictable': Merkel wins fourth term but far-right AfD makes historic breakthrough
Win first seats in Bundestag