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28 March 2017: John Ashbourne on EM this week, and John Hogan Morris on central bank ‘performativity’



On today’s Morning Macro, John Ashbourne of Capital Economics gives us a preview of three Emerging Market central bank decisions this week: the South African Reserve Bank, Mexico’s Banxico, and the Czech National Bank. All three are facing unique political circumstances which inevitably feed into the macroeconomic environment and therefore monetary policy decisions. In Part … Continue reading 28 March 2017: John Ashbourne on EM this week, and John Hogan Morris on central bank ‘performativity’


Morning Macro 24 February 2017



Hello, on today’s Morning Macro Tom talks to Kevin Loane, Emerging Markets Economist at Fathom Consulting, about whether Brazil’s reform agenda and economic recovery are sustainable – and what Mexico’s economic authorities are doing to deal with the Trump effect. Sigrún met with Tore Stramer chief economist at Nykredit last week. Here is the second part … Continue reading Morning Macro 24 February 2017