Pegasus Capital

A View from the Bridge - September 2014

In the end the answer is still NO. That’s not in relation to Scotland voting to remain as a part of the UK but the ECB’s decision not to opt for full-blown QE
Tags:IMF , QE , Russia , LTRO , Sanctions

PegasusCapital - 1/10/2014

A View from the Bridge - August 2014

The EU leadership have to act quickly on 2 key issues in the coming month as Kiev warns it is on the brink of full-scale war with Moscow

PegasusCapital - 1/9/2014

A View from the Bridge - February 2014

With UK growth forecasts being revised upwards by the IMF, house building and house prices rising the most in a decade, exports at a record high in 2013, unemployment down to 7.1% and inflation falling below the BoE target of 2% you would have thought so

PegasusCapital - 1/3/2014

A View from the Bridge - May 2019

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