Hans Parisis

Jan 18, 2019
The U.S. partial government shutdown ends its fourth week and is starting to look like a crisis that could inflict serious damage to U.S. economic growth if it continues much longer.

Jan 17, 2019
I personally do not expect the dollar to weaken dramatically the way many expect now it to do this year. My question as an investor, not as a trader, is relatively simple: “Sell the dollar to buy what?”

Jan 16, 2019
For investors, it is worth noting that the funding of the UK current account deficit and thus the overall level of the British pound (Sterling) is largely accomplished by UK investors who, to the extent that anyone can understand UK politics, are less likely to overreact to UK political noise.

Jan 15, 2019
For investors it could be helpful keeping in mind that these kind of statements should become more frequent in the future and not getting too positively impressed by them when considering to invest in China, which could be not such a bad idea, especially when the investor remains patient.

Jan 14, 2019
For investors it might be helpful to recall that last Wednesday, the global head of Fitch Ratings, which is one of the Big Three credit rating agencies, the other two being Moody's and Standard & Poor's, has warned of a possible cut to the U.S. triple-A sovereign credit rating later this year.

Jan 11, 2019
Unfortunately, the general rule, anywhere in the world these days, is that economic numbers are not to be trusted.

Jan 10, 2019
The longer the government shutdown lasts, the greater personal and economic costs and with that, the greater the impact on financial markets.

Jan 9, 2019
President Donald Trump wants a deal in order to boost the stock market, the Straits Times of Singapore reported.

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