Our three decades of experience providing independent macro research to investors underpins everything that we do at TS Lombard. We combine global macro themed and deep understanding of key countries to deliver a unique globally-consistent approach, as such our macro strategy recommendations at a regional or sector level always reflect the implications of 'big-picture' macro analysis of global themes. Unlike other researchers who specialise in a specific geography or sector, our outputs benefit from the full spectrum of knowledge from across our entire organisation, both our macroeconomic research hub in London and our local teams across the world. This allows us to understand how events or flows at the global level will impact on individual economies and investments.
We provide confident insights into shifting global macro trends, the timing of turning points and how they will unfold at regional and country level. Our analysis is based on a deeper understanding of the implications of political and economic events and the interconnectedness of the global economy.
Our Approach to Macro Research
Our research team scouts the global economy for emerging macro trends and then explores how they impact individual countries and global markets. As a company, it’s in our nature to question things and look for those places where risk and opportunity may be understated or overstated. We do this by considering the fundamental building blocks of economic forecasting – sectoral balances, financial flows, and money and credit growth. Vitally, we look at these economic drivers through the frame of our global economic, policy, and political knowledge, which is outside the range of vision of many forecasters. We also build proprietary models and processes to monitor global leading indicators, macroeconomic indicators and financial flows.
This allows us to deliver actionable, courageous views that takes the full macro picture into consideration.
Recent Research Examples
A few weeks ago Euro Area (EA) governments started laying out plans for gradual reopening at differentiated paces: first, Italy and Spain, favoured by warmer weather and falling new cases, followed by France from mid-May, despite still elevated hospitalizations, and finally Germany, which is dealing with a third virulent wave.READ ME
If the coming expansion is to be different from the last one, consumers will boost their borrowing relative to income – and there is good reason to believe they will. If they do, real growth gets a lift and so too cyclical inflation, but an inflationary cycle such as a repeat of the1970s remains farfetched.READ ME
As the global EV race fires up in a new era of US-China rivalry, the logical upshot is a decoupling of complex auto supply chains ahead. This trend will not only be self-reinforcing but accelerate as self-driving tech (AV) advances, sparking new national security risks ahead.READ ME
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Politics and government policy are increasingly significant macro strategy drivers, and our world-wide team of geopolitical analysts are able to provide critical, timely insights into political shocks and policy developments that will influence macroeconomic investment performance - both regionally and globally.
Using the wealth of macroeconomic and geopolitical insights at our disposal, our team of macro strategists are able to provide actionable, unbiased implications for global markets, including asset allocation, investment positioning and cross asset portfolio risk management.