The US Recovery Tracker rose an impressive 1.5ppts to 99.3 in the week ended October 15, its highest level since February 2020. All six dimensions...

GDP for the eurozone surprised on the upside in Q3 with growth of 2.2% q/q, slightly up from Q2. The surprise came mainly from France and Italy,...

While the potential collapse of Chinese property firm Evergrande matters, it doesn’t signal a ‘Lehman moment’ that might spark global financial...

Emerging market currencies tend to move with the economic cycle. Consequently, after losing ground in 2020, they have recently shown signs of...

Beginning with the Northern Beaches COVID cluster, most state governments have imposed snap lockdowns in their capital cities since late December....

Should the ECB cancel the public debt it holds as a direct way to lower debt ratios and free up fiscal resources? Some prominent economists have...

The ECB will ramp up its monthly asset purchases under the PEPP over the coming quarter using the QE program’s existing flexibility. The decision...

Emerging market financial conditions remain very favourable in early 2021 even as inflation fears have grown and government bonds yields have...

The ECB stayed put at its first meeting of 2021. The council saw developments as in line with its baseline expectations, judged the balance of...