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Bonds Low Asia ESG 1.5 1.4 1.4

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Global CIO

UK Election Special – Shifting to the Left

Labour’s triumphant victory comes after one of the most dismal and uninspiring campaigns in a generation. Both main parties avoided addressing key challenges such as the state of public finances and effective immigration policy, with the approach itself described as a ‘conspiracy of silence’. The pre-election manifestos were structured on a safety-first basis to avoid any political fallout from too radical proposals. Labour’s net spending commitment amounted to 0.4% of GDP, equivalent to a weekend’s worth of output, as the ex-chief economist of the Bank of England put it.

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A July Rate Cut?

Maybe, just maybe, there could be a Fed rate cut at the next FOMC meeting in July

The weakness in US economic data of late has increased the possibility of an earlier-than-expected Fed rate cut, or, at the very least, a shift in the Federal Reserve’s signalling about the pace of the cuts. We recently expressed our belief that the Fed governors erred in resetting their dot plot to anticipate just one rate cut before the end of the year—a downgrade from the three rate cuts they had indicated three months earlier.

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Q2 Macro and Markets Quarterly

The second quarter of 2024 was marked by a complex interplay of strong financial market performance, persistent inflation, and geopolitical risks. While consumer spending and labor markets remained robust in key economies like the U.S., inflation and geopolitical uncertainties posed ongoing challenges. The global economic outlook remained cautiously optimistic, with central banks’ monetary policies and geopolitical developments being critical factors to watch.

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Political Turmoil

The Fed doesn’t believe in significant early rate cuts – but the market could still be pricing that scenario

It has now become a game of conjecture about the US central bank’s next move on rates. The Fed recently shifting gears on its outlook on the number of rate cuts from three to just one over a span of three months has turned predicting its actions into a guessing game rather than an exercise in profound insight.

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China’s Opportunity – Not To Be Missed

The Fed doesn’t believe in significant early rate cuts – but the market could still be pricing that scenario

It has now become a game of conjecture about the US central bank’s next move on rates. The Fed recently shifting gears on its outlook on the number of rate cuts from three to just one over a span of three months has turned predicting its actions into a guessing game rather than an exercise in profound insight.

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