QE Articles and Whitepapers
Like going into Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe without knowing if we want pear drops or some fudge, Brexit is bringing out that hard toffee/soft toffee debate amongst us all!
PegasusCapital - 1/11/2016
Who would have thought (apart from Sir Mick Jagger and Lynton Crosby) that the Conservative party would win a majority in the UK general election or that the SNP would all but sweep the board in Scotland!
PegasusCapital - 1/6/2015
Guessing when interest rates might rise is as difficult as predicting which political parties will form the next UK government
PegasusCapital - 30/4/2015
The last 6 years or so have seen Central Banks across the world keeping a tight control on money supply and interest rates, trying to stimulate growth, encourage investment and reduce unemployment
PegasusCapital - 2/3/2015
The voters of modern Greece have had enough of fighting the old EU imposed austerity and have voted for change in the form of a new force in Greek politics
PegasusCapital - 2/2/2015
Whitepapers / Articles
The Bank of England may attempt to send a message of near term optimism at its May meeting, perhaps steering the market towards a slightly higher probability of another rate increase in 2019, but we still see the likelihood of an actual increase in rates as remote until current Brexit uncertainties are resolved.
PegasusCapital - 1/5/2019