Pegasus Capital

A View from the Bridge - February 2017

So, the fingers are on the triggers and we are ready, steady and all set to go with the UK about to trigger Article 50 and the US Fed set to trigger the next interest rate rise

PegasusCapital - 02/03/2017

A View from the Bridge - January 2017

A new year and a new political landscape is dawning. The consequences of electing Donald Trump as President, voting for Brexit and the elections in Europe will undoubtedly take centre stage this year

PegasusCapital - 10/02/2017

A View from the Bridge - December 2016

Whether 2016 was the beginning of the end to the financial crisis that has dominated economics and politics for the best part of the last decade is not yet crystal clear, but what is certain is that the events of the last 12 months will have a profound impact on both geopolitics and the global economy for the next decade and perhaps beyond

PegasusCapital - 10/01/2017

A View from the Bridge - November 2016

Like the harbingers of doom that appeared before the Brexit vote, the “experts” were adamant that a Trump victory in the US Presidential race would result in financial meltdown

PegasusCapital - 01/12/2016

A View from the Bridge - Aug 2016

It’s been a long time coming but at last interest rates in the UK have moved, but are they going in the right direction?

PegasusCapital - 02/09/2016

A View From The Bridge - May 2020 (2)

The risks of a deflationary outcome remain very elevated. Our understanding of likely household responses is becoming more informed, particularly with regard to genuine uncertainty, precautionary savings balances being built (where possible) and the likely consolidation of credit related debt. Turning the tide on the risk of viral infection and saving lives is the driving policy of government, but by definition this just pushes another rising tide of shrinking demand onto the economy.

PegasusCapital - 07/05/2020