Mounting Cost of Surging Electricity Bills
October 12, 2021
Record-high electricity costs in Europe and Asia could add to supply chain disruptions that are already elevating consumer prices.
Supply-Chain Fueled Inflation
October 11, 2021
Inflation caused by challenges to supply chains could be transitory but it may take years to fix the problems fueling the price surge.
Consumer Spending Trends
October 07, 2021
As economies reopen, we examine the changing trends in consumer spending and how central banks might adjust their policies.
An End to Germany's Fiscal Conservatism?
October 05, 2021
Will Europe's largest economy end its conservative fiscal policies with the departure of Angela Merkel as Germany's leader?
Emerging Trends in FX Options Trading and Risk Management
October 04, 2021
Learn about some of the headwinds facing FX option traders and how expanding their repertoire to include both OTC and listed products can help overcome those challenges.
Supply Shortages Fire Up Natural Gas Market
October 04, 2021
Natural gas prices in Europe and Japan are soaring due to a supply shortfall, opening a window for U.S. LNG exports to those markets.
Seven Factors that Drive the U.S. Dollar-British Pound Rate
September 29, 2021
There are seven primary factors that influence the GBP/USD rate, including Brexit-related politics and the price of oil.
Low Expectations for High Interest Rates
September 28, 2021
Investors are not expecting a rapid rise in interest rates in the U.S. and Europe, and it could be partly due to high debt levels.
Fiscal, Monetary Policy Implications
September 27, 2021
How the uncertainty of fiscal initiatives and the clarity of monetary policy might affect the economy, equities and inflation.
Policy Impacts on Equities, Economy
September 22, 2021
As the Fed prepares to wind down asset purchases, here's a look at how monetary and fiscal policies impact equities and the economy.