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Private markets outlook: from headwinds to tailwinds

Institutional investors’ demand for private assets remains resilient
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How Labour should spend its ‘play safe’ dividend

How Labour should spend its ‘play safe’ dividend

Like Blair in 1997, Starmer may benefit from perceived instability in France
A new era for the euro

A new era for the euro

After a decade of negative returns, the currency is back in the spotlight
Europe’s unnecessary interest rate cut

Europe’s unnecessary interest rate cut

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ECB should take its ‘data-dependent’ approach more seriously
European Parliament election heralds further fragmentation

European Parliament election heralds further fragmentation

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Shift to the right is a setback for deeper financial integration, but not a dealbreaker
Next UK government must be brave on policy reform

Next UK government must be brave on policy reform

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Immediate and longer-term problems need to be addressed urgently
Fed-speak: confusing the American public

Fed-speak: confusing the American public

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Less speaking to markets and more public education
Landmark ECB cut vindicates Lagarde’s monetary strategy

Landmark ECB cut vindicates Lagarde’s monetary strategy

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Deft psychological handling in mitigating strains on governing council
Why the ECB needs prudence over cutting interest rates

Why the ECB needs prudence over cutting interest rates

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Central bankers must answer fundamental questions over two decades of crisis
Reserve managers battling low returns face tough choices

Reserve managers battling low returns face tough choices

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Will reserve managers stick with what they know or choose to diversify?
Mexico: Sheinbaum needs reforms to enable nearshoring nirvana

Mexico: Sheinbaum needs reforms to enable nearshoring nirvana

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Crime, competition and rule of law must be addressed
China is defending against the dollar’s dominance

China is defending against the dollar’s dominance

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The country is implementing defensive economic strategies, at least for now
Salvation for Sunak as he leads Conservatives to slaughter

Salvation for Sunak as he leads Conservatives to slaughter

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Between Heath and Major: History will treat PM kinder than four predecessors
The big squeeze? Environmental risks for labour markets

The big squeeze? Environmental risks for labour markets

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Climate change will severely impact jobs around the world
Lender of last resort regimes must improve in wake of Credit Suisse

Lender of last resort regimes must improve in wake of Credit Suisse

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Important lessons for international central banks

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