Trade tensions, European politics and central banks dominate the headlines
By Alex Brandreth, deputy chief investment officer, Brown Shipley
The US have just increased interest rates for a second time in 2018, with two more hikes now looking likely this year.
The Bank of England (BoE) signalled that they will likely do the same before year end and the European Central Bank provided details on the reduction in their bond purchasing programme and hinted if the data remains strong, interest rates in Europe could change from next year.
The ratcheting up of trade tensions remains and is the widely cited ... You can carry on reading TheBusinessDesk.com for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...