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 - 01/11/2016
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 - 01/06/2015
Guessing when interest rates might rise is as difficult as predicting which political parties will form the next UK government
PegasusCapital - 30/04/2015
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 - 02/03/2015
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 - 02/02/2015
Whitepapers / Articles
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