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Week Ahead: do central banks have the ability to change policy yet?

George Walker, Friday, 5 March 2021

It's a slow week on the macroeconomic front, with GDP data and central banks' rate decisions and accompanying commentary front and centre. With economic recovery a hot topic globally, though few, these events are not to be missed. Here's a roundup of what to keep an eye on this week.

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Market Event, General

Week in Review: on edge as the UK Budget 2021 is shared

Annie Charalambous, Friday, 5 March 2021

The UK economy shrank 10% last year, and 700,000 Brits lost their jobs. With pre-pandemic levels only expected again around mid-2022, the 2021 Budget this week gave us some much-awaited insight into government spending in the year ahead.

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US Elections, General

Week Ahead: macroeconomic events you need to follow

George Walker, Friday, 26 February 2021

March starts with a bang on the trading front – the calendar is packed with events this week, starting with PMI data across Asia, Europe, and North America, and ending with another highly-anticipated NFP release on Friday.

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Market Event, General

Week in Review: the travel stocks soaring, and those crashing

Annie Charalambous, Friday, 26 February 2021

As one of the worst-hit during the pandemic, the travel industry saw the biggest moves this week – both up and down. This week, we delve into some of the biggest stories and movers out of the industry.

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US Elections, General

Week Ahead: EU leaders all aboard, and UK earnings continue

George Walker, Friday, 19 February 2021

With US earnings mostly behind us, UK companies remain in focus with the likes of HSBC, Anglo-American, and BAE Systems all expected to post their latest quarterly results this week. Outside of earnings, there are a few key economic events to keep an eye on.

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Market Event, General

Week in Review: What Quiet Looks Like In 2021

Annie Charalambous, Friday, 19 February 2021

Bitcoin’s up, Walmart’s wages are up, jobless claims are up, and oil demand is up. UK earnings kept traders busy, with the likes of NatWest, Lloyds, and Barclays among those to report their latest results.

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