Global markets in perspective.
The latest insights from the United States (US) Federal Reserve (Fed) are that policymakers are maintaining a cautious stance on reducing interest rates, waiting for clear signs of a sustained downtrend in inflation.
The rollercoaster ride of the United States (US) economic news continues. The latest twist involves a surprising surge in US consumer prices at the beginning of the year.
With the Chinese New Year being celebrated from Saturday for a week, the Chinese say goodbye to the year of the Rabbit and welcome in the year of the Dragon, a year of evolution, improvements, good luck and abundance… or so they hope.
In the intricate world of global economics, 2024 unfolds as a complex and nuanced dance between the various economic factors.
As we step into 2024, the global financial landscape remains fraught with challenges, creating a complex tapestry for investors and markets alike.
In a tumultuous year, marked by many global challenges, financial markets have had to navigate the storms of geopolitical tensions and economic uncertainties, while being supported by technological advancements, most notably Artificial Intelligence (AI). All eyes on the US The world’s largest economy took centre stage as the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) aggressively tightened […]
As November draws to a close, global markets are reflecting a positive trend, with various indices showcasing notable gains and key economic indicators influencing investor sentiment.
Peregrine Wealth Limited recently hosted a live presentation that shed light on our global economic outlook
Tuesday’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) minutes revealed a unanimous decision by US Federal Reserve (Fed) officials to maintain the benchmark lending rate within the 5.25% to 5.5% range for the second consecutive meeting.
In a surprising twist to the recent market narrative, the United States’ October Consumer Price Index (CPI) print came in at 3.2%, slightly below the expected 3.3%.
Stock exchanges worldwide are grappling with a decline in stock listings when compared to the number of exits. A comparative analysis by industry experts across the globe indicates that Luxembourg and Frankfurt, for example, have experienced substantial declines of 52% and 35%, respectively.