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Dubai International Financial Centre – A Global Financial Hub for a Global City

The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is the financial hub for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, providing a world-class platform connecting these regions markets with the economies of Europe, Asia and the Americas. Dubai is becoming a natural location for the growing south-south trade and capital flows. An onshore, international financial centre, DIFC provides...

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FX Leads Other Markets Ahead of the Fed Meeting

Financial markets are beginning to show signs of change. Volatility in FX markets in particular has increased (see first chart below) which is often the canary in the coal mine for other assets. Having witnessed a few false dawns already this year, we believe that the signals being generated this week are the real deal. The FOMC meets this week and is likely to discuss the timing...

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The Downside Looks Greater Than the Upside

Global financial markets have been trading nervously, with poor European economic data, geopolitical concerns and deteriorating credit markets all taking their toll. By Friday, with news that Russia was hoping to de-escalate the Ukraine situation, markets had tested and held support. With many participants taking a break during the next few weeks, markets will be susceptible to headlines...

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Yellen Shifts Away From Uber Dovish Stance

We sense that the US Federal Reserve is shifting away from a dovish stance, inspired by Chair Janet Yellen, and towards a more balanced position. Although this did little to immediately upset equity and bond markets, we do believe that this shift in policy is important in the big picture. Financial markets have become very complacent that The Fed will remain ultra accommodative...

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Important Week for Financial Markets

This week (commencing 31st March) could be a crucial week for financial markets. The most important events are the ECB meeting on Thursday and the US Employment Report on Friday. To put these events in context, after around six years of all major central banks heading in the same direction, we now have the possibility that the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank...

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Singapore: The World's Fourth Largest Financial Centre

Singapore was founded in the 1820’s by English people who wanted their own foothold in a part of the world until then controlled by Europeans from Portugal and the Netherlands. Since then Singapore has developed as a major port serving all of the surrounding countries. The country now has around five million inhabitants. The population mainly hails from China, India, Malaysia and Indonesia...

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Mixed Economic Data and Stable Week in Financial Markets

US equity markets were mixed this past week with the S&P, Dow Industrials and Nasdaq 100 marginally lower and the Russell 2000 and Nasdaq Composite higher. European markets were similarly mixed with FTSE100 the star performer. 10 year bond yields were little changed and Gold was up less than half a per cent. Generally, a mixed but stable week in financial markets, at least on the surface...

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Flat US Equity and Falling Yields Could Signal a Change

With the exception of last week's US employment report, the US economic data released in recent weeks has been better than expected. Conventional wisdom would have us believe that if the US economy is improving and the Fed is withdrawing stimulus, then bond yields should definitely be moving higher. They are not. Furthermore, the bullish equity case seems to be predicated...

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The Macroeconomic Picture and the Outlook for Financial Markets

The main European equity market index was down 0.6% in August. At first sight it may seem that not much happened. Wrong. August was characterised by severe mean reversion. Arranging stocks by quintiles, based on the share price performance in August, shows clearly that there was a rush to close positions/book profits among investors. The best performing quintile in August...

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The Future of Financial Planning and Fund Distribution: Entering the Digital Age

There has been a tendency that systematic financial planning is for the few and the well off. But there is some good news: development of financial planning for everyone is already taking place. Big banks and major pension providers have a responsibility for the financial literacy of the many customers they are servicing. If that responsibility is transformed to an implementation...

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Shorex is a specialist media group for the wealth management industry and the high-end luxury market. Our purpose is to provide our partners, delegates and visitors with an effective networking platform where they can forge productive relationships and come away with strong ideas... read more

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