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June Bank of England Monetary Policy Decision

By Peter McGahan

Categories Business Finance, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

While the headline figure looks promising, under the bonnet things are more complicated. Services inflation, which is seen as a better gauge of domestic inflationary pressures than the headline figure, remains far too high at 5.7%.

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SUCCESS OF FAR-RIGHT PARTIES IN EUROPEAN ELECTIONS RATTLES EQUITY AND BOND MARKETS

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

In France, President Emmanuel Macron called a snap election in a gamble that when it comes down to it voters will be less keen to put hard-liners in charge in Paris. With his party already a minority in the National Assembly, Macron is already facing problems passing new legislation and the final calculation is that even if RN win it could stop Le Pen winning the 2027 presidential election, as a few years in control of the French parliament may put the French public off RN for good.

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New Government’s impact on the stock and housing market?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

It's a question I get asked every election, and this answer, while ‘amazingly exciting’, is equally of a cardboard licking, palette numbing blandness, but read on because I did loads of research!

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June US FOMC Meeting

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Business Finance, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The FOMC meeting came off the back of a decent CPI print. May’s inflation data came in softer than consensus expectations with headline CPI decelerating slightly to 3.3% versus 3.4% in April.

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June ECB Monetary Policy Decision

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Business Finance, Financial Planning, Investment

The European Central Bank (ECB) cut interest rates by a well communicated 25bps at their meeting, taking their key deposit rate to 3.75%, main refinancing rate to 4.25% and marginal lending facility to 4.5% - from 4.00%, 4.5% and 4.75% respectively.

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BOND MARKETS RALLY AS THE ECB AND BANK OF CANADA CUT INTEREST RATES

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

However, the positivity in bond markets this week has more to do with hopes that the Federal Reserve may be able to cut rates after all. The market’s ability to forecast Federal Reserve rate cuts is only slightly less reliable than the Conservatives’ analysis of their own and Labour’s tax policies.

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