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MM #142 – No more dovish Draghi and diagnosing the Donald

As we turn the page to May there’s a lot on our plate: Draghi’s impact on the euro, Macron’s lead in France and the Donald’s first 100 days. Markets care about three things, and the wishes are not really being fulfilled. We finish off with a preview of the next week, focusing on the Fed. […]

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MM #140 – Brexit Bad and “Clean Coal”

The UK is now officially leaving the EU and the real games begin. We begin with this event and its impact on the pound, continue with an update on the French elections and continue to the concept of “clean coal” before previewing the first week of Q2. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback […]

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MM #136 – March hike, Macron and Mario Draghi

The Federal Reserve overshadowed Trump as they take the reins once again. We analyze the situation and the implications and then move to the old continent, where politics in France compete with the central bank’s headache.  You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. March rate hikes: A coordinated chorus of […]

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MM #128 – What will move markets in 2017

What will 2017 look like? We discuss monetary policy, politics and markets throughout the year. Some of the big changes seen in 2016 will spillover to 2017 with new challenges joining in. What’s next for currencies, stocks and commodities? We dive in:  You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. […]

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