Tag Archives: Economic growth

Davos 2018: M&G’s CEO Anne Richards talks to Jim Leaviss.

Bond Vigilantes 25/01/2018  

Are markets headed towards another financial crisis? This year’s Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) comes at a time where equity and credit… Read more »

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Is this a turning point for bonds?

Bond Vigilantes 24/01/2018  

My view is that the US economy is nearer to overheating than slipping into recession. The strength of the US economy is typified by the labour market in many ways…. Read more »

Where is UK growth going to come from? Our take on the IFS Green Budget

Bond Vigilantes 14/02/2017  

The IFS (Institute for Fiscal Studies) Green Budget hit the headlines last week with its forecast that, over the course of this parliament, the UK tax burden is set to… Read more »

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Our demographic challenges require new economic thinking

Bond Vigilantes 07/02/2017  

Capital markets have experienced a major shift in sentiment over the course of the last couple of months. Fears over secular stagnation and deflation have dissipated, and investors have been… Read more »

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The Irish economy: a Bond Vigilantes quick video update

Bond Vigilantes 18/11/2016  

Last weekend we were at the brilliant Kilkenomics festival in Kilkenny, Ireland.  Whilst we were there (and it’s a fantastic town) we filmed this short video.  In the wake of… Read more »

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