Monthly Archives: October 2014

October 15

Dollar Damage

Some truly astonishing moves have been seen over the last two hours since the United States printed some of the most discouraging data of the year on prices, retail sales and manufacturing sentiment. There was already concerning data on slowing price increases out of the UK and China over the last 24 hours, as well […]

October 13

Central Banks Struggle to Build Consensus

Commentary out of the world’s central banks over the last week has highlighted a growing concern about falling inflation expectations and slowing global growth. The Federal Reserve and the Bank of England are struggling to find consensus on how well their respective economies are actually doing. On the other end of the spectrum, the European […]