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October jobs report on deck
October jobs report on deck

October jobs report on deck

Charles Dumas of TS Lombard weighs in on the big jobs number.

Economist sees the dollar-yuan hitting 7.7-7.8 by end-2019
Economist sees the dollar-yuan hitting 7.7-7.8 by end-2019

Economist sees the dollar-yuan hitting 7.7-7.8 by end-2019

Bo Zhuang of TS Lombard says he sees a "market-driven passive devaluation" of the Chinese yuan, bringing the currency to "about 7,7, 7.8" against the greenback by the end of 2019.

Brazil election a vote against populism
Brazil election a vote against populism

Brazil election a vote against populism

Larry Brainard, chief emerging markets economist at TS Lombard, discusses the result of the Brazilian presidential election.

Beijing is working hard to prevent US-Japan alliance: Expert
Beijing is working hard to prevent US-Japan alliance: Expert

Beijing is working hard to prevent US-Japan alliance: Expert

Rory Green, economist focusing on Asia at TS Lombard, discusses the US-Japan partnership and the future alliances.

Economist discusses the possible outcomes if Bolsonaro wins
Economist discusses the possible outcomes if Bolsonaro wins

Economist discusses the possible outcomes if Bolsonaro wins

Larry Brainard of TS Lombard says a win by Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro is "going to lead to a very significant hope rally."

China will opt to have a passive devaluation: Analyst
China will opt to have a passive devaluation: Analyst

China will opt to have a passive devaluation: Analyst

Bo Zhuang, chief economist at TS Lombard, discusses the trade war impact on Chinese markets.

Brexit and big global market risks
Brexit and big global market risks

Brexit and big global market risks

Lawrence Brainard of TS Lombard breaks down the global markets.

TS Lombard Sees China Replacing U.S. as Leading Trade Power
TS Lombard Sees China Replacing U.S. as Leading Trade Power

TS Lombard Sees China Replacing U.S. as Leading Trade Power

Larry Brainard, chief emerging-markets economist at TS Lombard, and Tony Crescenzi, market strategist and portfolio manager at Pimco, discusses the outlook for emerging markets and China's growing force as a trading power.

Financial crisis made banks less risk taking, chief economist
Financial crisis made banks less risk taking, chief economist

Financial crisis made banks less risk taking, chief economist

But the culture on Wall Street is always going to be same, says Steve Blitz, chief US economist at TS Lombard.

Argentina investment depends on government fiscal plan: Expert
Argentina investment depends on government fiscal plan: Expert

Argentina investment depends on government fiscal plan: Expert

Jon Harrison, managing director, EM at TS Lombard, discusses investment in Argentina and other emerging markets.

US-China 'tit for tat' will continue for the foreseeable future
US-China 'tit for tat' will continue for the foreseeable future

US-China 'tit for tat' will continue for the foreseeable future

Both parties convinced themselves they will not lose out too much in this trade fight, says Bo Zhuang, chief China economist at TS Lombard.

New Russian Sanctions to Have 'Zero Economic Effect,' Granville Says
New Russian Sanctions to Have 'Zero Economic Effect,' Granville Says

New Russian Sanctions to Have 'Zero Economic Effect,' Granville Says

Christopher Granville, director for EMEA and global political research at TS Lombard, discusses the potential economic impact of new U.S. sanctions being imposed against Russia. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

Trump May Create Problem for Powell, TS Lombard's Blitz Says
Trump May Create Problem for Powell, TS Lombard's Blitz Says

Trump May Create Problem for Powell, TS Lombard's Blitz Says

President Donald Trump said he expected Jerome Powell to be a cheap-money Fed chairman and lamented to Republican donors at a fundraiser his nominee instead had raised interest rates, according to three people present. Steve Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard, weighs in on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia." (Source: Bloomberg)

Countries under economic attack from the US are bound to adapt
Countries under economic attack from the US are bound to adapt

Countries under economic attack from the US are bound to adapt

This type of economic sanctions, using the power of U.S. treasury in global finance to try to throttle other economies is a powerful card to play, but with diminishing effects, says Christopher Granville, managing director, global political research at TS Lombard.

Italian government's response to Genoa bridge collapse
Italian government's response to Genoa bridge collapse

Italian government's response to Genoa bridge collapse

It might end up, in a long run, undermining the confidence of investors in Italian institutions, says Davide Oneglia, economist at TS Lombard.

Iranian government does not have a room to go to the negotiating table
Iranian government does not have a room to go to the negotiating table

Iranian government does not have a room to go to the negotiating table

Marcus Chenevix, MENA analyst at TS Lombard, discusses the U.S. sanctions on Iran and what it means for the future of Iranian oil.

Turkey’s Cratering Markets Stoke Speculation Over Extreme Measures
Turkey’s Cratering Markets Stoke Speculation Over Extreme Measures

Turkey’s Cratering Markets Stoke Speculation Over Extreme Measures

“It’s going to be a shock of one type or another: either a policy shock or a macro shock or some combination of the two,” said Christopher Granville, managing director for EMEA and global political research at TS Lombard in London. “But the way to sugar that pill,” he said, would be a “political accommodation with the West. That would make the pain much less."

Market not predicting the end of the cycle just yet, says expert
Market not predicting the end of the cycle just yet, says expert

Market not predicting the end of the cycle just yet, says expert

Jon Harrison, managing director for EM macro strategy at TS Lombard, speaks about trends in markets.

Fed Likely to React to Inflation in December, TS Lombard Says
Fed Likely to React to Inflation in December, TS Lombard Says

Fed Likely to React to Inflation in December, TS Lombard Says

Steven Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard, talks about the nation's economy, Federal Reserve policy, and Treasury yield curve. He speaks with Ramy Inocencio and Paul Allen on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

Syria likely to be high on Trump and Putin's agenda: TS Lombard
Syria likely to be high on Trump and Putin's agenda: TS Lombard

Syria likely to be high on Trump and Putin's agenda: TS Lombard

Christopher Granville, managing director for EMEA and global political research at TS Lombard, discusses the looming Trump-Putin bilateral.

Economist: Populism the result of policy failures over the last 25 years
Economist: Populism the result of policy failures over the last 25 years

Economist: Populism the result of policy failures over the last 25 years

Charles Dumas, chief economist at TS Lombard, discusses the rise of global populism and his new book Populism and Economics.

Trump right that Iran's hostility in Middle East can't carry on: TS Lombard
Trump right that Iran's hostility in Middle East can't carry on: TS Lombard

Trump right that Iran's hostility in Middle East can't carry on: TS Lombard

Marcus Chenevix, MENA and global political analyst at TS Lombard, speaks about U.S. foreign policy on Iran.

US inflation taking a back seat to wages: TS Lombard
US inflation taking a back seat to wages: TS Lombard

US inflation taking a back seat to wages: TS Lombard

TS Lombard Chief U.S. Economist Steve Blitz speaks about the Federal Reserve's approach to raising interest rates.

TS Lombard's Blitz Calls Clarida Fed Pick Positive for Markets
TS Lombard's Blitz Calls Clarida Fed Pick Positive for Markets

TS Lombard's Blitz Calls Clarida Fed Pick Positive for Markets

TS Lombard Chief U.S. Economist Steven Blitz discusses the markets and weighs in on U.S. President Donald Trump announcing his intention to nominate Richard Clarida as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve. Blitz speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

Yuan Has Become a Safe Haven, Says TS Lombard's Brainard
Yuan Has Become a Safe Haven, Says TS Lombard's Brainard

Yuan Has Become a Safe Haven, Says TS Lombard's Brainard

Larry Brainard, TS Lombard chief emerging markets economist, discusses the relationship between the U.S. and China. He speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Barton and Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."

TS Lombard: Fair and reciprocal Chinese-US trade is impossible
TS Lombard: Fair and reciprocal Chinese-US trade is impossible

TS Lombard: Fair and reciprocal Chinese-US trade is impossible

There are more serious issues than tariffs that the U.S. and China will have to discuss in the long term, Jonathan Fenby, chairman of China team at TS Lombard, said.

American worker and consumer lose from tit-for-tat tariffs
American worker and consumer lose from tit-for-tat tariffs

American worker and consumer lose from tit-for-tat tariffs

Jonathan Fenby, TS Lombard China team chairman, and Steve Orlins, National Committee on U.S.-China Relations president, discuss the retaliatory tariff environment between the U.S. and China.

Auto sector has always been in a 'tight situation,' strategist says
Auto sector has always been in a 'tight situation,' strategist says

Auto sector has always been in a 'tight situation,' strategist says

Andrea Cicione, head of macro strategy at TS Lombard, discusses the auto sector and potential market risks.

Global markets tune into China-US trade talks
Global markets tune into China-US trade talks

Global markets tune into China-US trade talks

Markets took fright as President Trump aimed $60 billion of annual tariffs at China. TS Lombard’s Jon Harrison explains how we came to this point, and the prospects for an amicable settlement.

TS Lombard's Granville Says Diplomat Expulsions Reflect a Reaction to Circumstantial Evidence
TS Lombard's Granville Says Diplomat Expulsions Reflect a Reaction to Circumstantial Evidence

TS Lombard's Granville Says Diplomat Expulsions Reflect a Reaction to Circumstantial Evidence

Christopher Granville, managing director of global political research at TS Lombard, discusses international relations after over 100 Russian envoys have been expelled globally. He speaks with Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." 

What to watch for during President Trump's meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince
What to watch for during President Trump's meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince

What to watch for during President Trump's meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince

Christopher Granville of TS Lombard says economic development and US shale oil production will likely come up in today's meeting between President Trump and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in addition to national security issues.

Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats
Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats

Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats

Christopher Granville, managing director for EMEA and global political research at TS Lombard, discusses the spy poisoning spat between the U.K. and Russia.

New Fed Chair Powell is a refreshing change to Yellen
New Fed Chair Powell is a refreshing change to Yellen

New Fed Chair Powell is a refreshing change to Yellen

Steve Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard, reacts to new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's debut testimony to Congress.

Economist Blitz Says Trump's Presidency Is 'Almost Bipolar'
Economist Blitz Says Trump's Presidency Is 'Almost Bipolar'

Economist Blitz Says Trump's Presidency Is 'Almost Bipolar'

Steven Blitz, TS Lombard chief U.S. economist, discusses President Donald Trump's presidency with Ramy Inocencio on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

TS Lombard: Global financing conditions to remain supportive
TS Lombard: Global financing conditions to remain supportive

TS Lombard: Global financing conditions to remain supportive

Global liquidity will remain "substantially abundant" even as central banks tighten their policy, Shweta Singh, director of global macro at TS Lombard, said.

2018 should be another happy year for US stocks, economist says
2018 should be another happy year for US stocks, economist says

2018 should be another happy year for US stocks, economist says

The rise of U.S. equities has coincided with increased household net worth and the “rise of the millennials,” Steve Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard, said.

Fed will follow the economy, economist says
Fed will follow the economy, economist says

Fed will follow the economy, economist says

Steve Blitz, chief U.S. economist at TS Lombard, discusses the U.S. economy and government bonds.

TS Lombard: Robust global growth softening China’s slowdown
TS Lombard: Robust global growth softening China’s slowdown

TS Lombard: Robust global growth softening China’s slowdown

Jonathan Fenby, China chairman at TS Lombard, gives his economic outlook for the country in 2018.

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China stimulus will disappoint
China stimulus will disappoint

China stimulus will disappoint

Markets are wrong to expect typical China credit easing, says Rory Green, Economist, China and South Korea. Xi Jinping is not panicking and we expect stimulus measure to continue along existing modest lines. Domestic debt levels and the likelihood of a protracted China-US confrontation necessitate sustainable stimulus measures to support short and long term growth.

The tyranny of the benchmark – why the market is not pricing in more trade war escalation
The tyranny of the benchmark – why the market is not pricing in more trade war escalation

The tyranny of the benchmark – why the market is not pricing in more trade war escalation

We reckon the US will end up imposing 25% tariffs on almost all imports from China, says Ollie Brennan, Senior Macro Strategist. At TS Lombard's September seminar we surveyed clients, most of whom thought there would be further trade war escalation. But US stock markets have continued to make new highs. We discuss why we think this is happening and what triggers to look out for over the next few months.

What $100 oil would mean for EM
What $100 oil would mean for EM

What $100 oil would mean for EM

India is in the spotlight, but high oil prices add to the risks facing South Africa, Turkey and Indonesia, says Jon Harrison, Managing Director, EM Macro Strategy.

  • Global: Oil risks to CPI and C/A balances
  • China: Chinese wall against capital flight
  • Brazil: Higher oil prices boost tax revenues
  • India: Financial turmoil amid macro worries
  • Russia: Oil policy brings relief to consumers
  • Mexico: Indicators signal modest expansion
  • Indonesia: At least one more hike still to come

Flatter yield curves are normal, negative curves always create recessions
Flatter yield curves are normal, negative curves always create recessions

Flatter yield curves are normal, negative curves always create recessions

All this discussion about curves is disingenuous on the Fed’s part, says Steve Blitz Chief US Economist. Negative curves do create recessions because they shift incentives away from lending, just as the Fed uses a positive curve to incentivize lending coming out of recession. A flatter curve is normal and conducive to growth. When and if the Fed chooses to chase inflation in this cycle and thereby sends policy rates above two-year yields, a recession will begin in six to 18 months.

Democratic gains in mid-terms limited by strong economy
Democratic gains in mid-terms limited by strong economy

Democratic gains in mid-terms limited by strong economy

Trump has a record net negative rating but the good news for him is that deterioration is relatively minor in comparison with past Presidents, says Steve Blitz Chief US economist. At the time, there is near record positive sentiment about the economy. Given how the path to the House majority is through whiter, better-educated, more affluent districts, we see the Democrats managing to eke a small majority in the House and failing to take control of the Senate. The fireworks begin after the election, between Trump-loyalists and the rest of the Republican party.

Two-year yields determine how far the Fed will go
Two-year yields determine how far the Fed will go

Two-year yields determine how far the Fed will go

The Fed is on the trajectory of raising policy rates to match up with real growth in the economy. What could stop-out the upward march is market concerns over the impact of Trump’s trade tactics on growth. If market rates stall out, so too will the Fed’s upward trajectory for policy yields, says Steve Blitz Chief US Economist.

A perfect storm in emerging markets
A perfect storm in emerging markets

A perfect storm in emerging markets

The evident economic difficulties that have hit Turkey and Argentina this year have so far been viewed by markets as largely confined to those two countries, with limited spillover potential to other EMs. What has changed is Brazil, says Larry Brainard, chief EM economist. The likelihood of a market friendly outcome in the 7 October Brazilian election first-round has receded, which has the potential shock markets out of their complacency about the prospect for essential fiscal reform. At the same time, fallout from the steady exit from QE on the part of the Fed and ECB affects EMs via tighter liquidity, and Trump’s Trade War is about to enter what could be its most economically damaging stage yet.

Fallout from the currency arms race
Fallout from the currency arms race

Fallout from the currency arms race

As the trade war risks morphing into a currency war, we downgraded our CNY stance from 0 to -2 this month. Andrea Cicione, Head of Strategy, and Ollie Brennan, Senior Macro Strategist discuss the downgrade and its knock-on impact on USD and on US stocks and also highlight where they reckon trade-war risk is not in the price.

Europe’s Turkish plight
Europe’s Turkish plight

Europe’s Turkish plight

The currency crisis in Turkey keeps getting worse. The hard-landing that our EM team has been forecasting looks increasingly likely to morph into a crash-landing. With Europe’s large exposure to Turkey through banking sector flows, investors are increasingly worried about the fallout as the crisis unfolds. We explain through charts the direct and indirect exposure of European lenders. Some key conclusions by Shweta Singh, Managing Director Global Macro, are:
• European banks are some of the most vulnerable to Turkey’s currency crisis
• Direct financial linkages are large, but the indirect exposure is much bigger
• Spanish lenders are most vulnerable, followed by French and Italian lenders
• The exposure is concentrated in some banks with relatively thin capital buffers
• Yet, the fallout from Turkey does not appear systemic at this point

Trade War morphing into FX War
Trade War morphing into FX War

Trade War morphing into FX War

As the trade war situation has now escalated we now see this as a key political shock. We expect China to retaliate vigorously to any fresh US import tariffs and see the likely battle ground as Foreign Exchange. China’s probable response would be to slash the exchange rate putting enormous pressure on a wide variety of countries and resulting in a major hike in the dollar. An FX War would certainly be damaging for stocks, perhaps bonds too, says Charles Dumas, Chief Economist at TS Lombard.

Why short-term RMB strength will not last
Why short-term RMB strength will not last

Why short-term RMB strength will not last

Despite a nominal depreciation against the dollar, the renminbi has exceeded last year’s highs vs the basket, says Bo Zhuang, Chief China Economist. Xi’s approach of claiming the moral high ground by defending globalization and openness leaves little room for speculation about a major devaluation of RMB in the near term to boost exports. We expect RMB CFETS index to move down towards 95-96 before yearend.

Are we at the turning point of Chinese monetary policy?
Are we at the turning point of Chinese monetary policy?

Are we at the turning point of Chinese monetary policy?

PBoC is moving towards a new interest rate-based monetary policy framework, says Bo Zhuang, Chief China Economist. Banks will increasingly have to fund themselves in the more competitive deposit markets. We expect the PBoC to slash RRRs by another 150bps before yearend. Recent policy moves also suggest a relaxation of unwanted policy tightness along with a less aggressive stance on financial deleveraging. We believe total credit growth will stop falling in 2018H2.

The US Cycle is only just beginning
The US Cycle is only just beginning

The US Cycle is only just beginning

From a calendar perspective, the cycle is certainly old enough. From the perspective of what makes a cycle old – borrowings to finance capital expenditure – the cycle is still relatively young. The current flattening of the yield curve is a sign the economy is finally moving to the middle stages of the business cycle not the end. There is the possibility that by late 2019 the Fed will have pushed rates high enough to begin slowing growth, as it chases rising inflation. If, however, capital spending grows a lot faster than anticipated by the markets and the Fed, this cycle has a lot further to run.

Stop Worrying About An EA Slowdown
Stop Worrying About An EA Slowdown

Stop Worrying About An EA Slowdown

There are increasing concerns about whether disappointing euro-area data since the start of the year reflect a ‘soft patch’ or instead mark the start of a more serious period of economic weakness. We remain optimistic. We think that the underlying picture is of an economy that continues to grow at a healthy pace and still has significant cyclical upside. Some brief points from our quick take on euro area Q1 GDP data realised this morning –

  • EA expansion looks resilient despite recent moderation
  • Sentiment has stabilised at healthy levels; credit conditions are improving
  • Capex - the key to medium-term growth - is picking up 'even' in Italy

Trade War Escalates With No End Yet In Sight
Trade War Escalates With No End Yet In Sight

Trade War Escalates With No End Yet In Sight

The latest tit for tat measures do not amount to a Trade War, but are nonetheless warning shots, says Jon Harrison, Managing Director EM Macro Strategy. Even if there is no full on Trade War, investors should pay attention to supply chain risks. The US objective of preventing Chinese technological development is unrealistic, which leaves the trade deficit as the most likely way for the US to claim victory. A negotiated settlement remains likely, but in the meantime, the US has yet to formulate a coherent negotiating strategy – and its chaotic negotiating style will ensure that markets remain on edge.

Why & When does US/EA Up-Cycle End
Why & When does US/EA Up-Cycle End

Why & When does US/EA Up-Cycle End

Charles Dumas, Chief Economist comments on:

  • ECB has lost control of the euro rate - weak dollar is driving US yields up
  • Strong euro to slow Germany, hurt Italy late in 2019
  • Higher T-note yields and Fed funds rate to slow US below potential

Geopolitical Trade
Geopolitical Trade

Geopolitical Trade

For market-moving geopolitical risk, Syria matters less than the “geo” element in the US-China ‘trade war’ saga, says Christopher Granville, Managing Director EMEA and Global Political Research. Tariff tit-for-tat is a sideshow compared to US anxieties about Chinese leadership in advanced technology. This will make expected deals tricky to finalise – and precarious. In short, here is a long-term geopolitically-based volatility driver.

Trading trade troubles
Trading trade troubles

Trading trade troubles

Oliver Brennan, Senior Macro Strategist, discusses the US' maneuvering to reduce its trade deficit with major trading partners, and to weaken the dollar. But if the troubles go too far it could induce a risk-off move.

4 Reasons We Have Not Seen The Peak In Equities
4 Reasons We Have Not Seen The Peak In Equities

4 Reasons We Have Not Seen The Peak In Equities

Martin Shenfield, Senior Macro Strategist at TS Lombard views the recent market selloff as a healthy correction. There are 4 fundamental reasons for this:

  • Global synchronised growth will be sustained through 2019
  • Global imbalances improving as China and Germany consumption picks up
  • The next recession will be a mild one. There are no conditions in place to create a global crisis
  • Central banks will continue to inflate asset prices bubbles with excess liquidity

The short-term risks to the market as rising real bond yields and currency swap basis. The medium-term risk is a genuine bubble developing which central banks will have to clean up.

Financial Stability Not Inflation to Drive Fed Policy
Financial Stability Not Inflation to Drive Fed Policy

Financial Stability Not Inflation to Drive Fed Policy

Steve Blitz, Chief US Economist at TS Lombard on the Fed: Financial Stability Not Inflation to Drive Fed Policy

Tailwind from tax cuts helps Capex lead a strong Growth Year
Tailwind from tax cuts helps Capex lead a strong Growth Year

Tailwind from tax cuts helps Capex lead a strong Growth Year

 

Steve Blitz, Chief US Economist at TS Lombard talks on US Growth: Tailwind from tax cuts helps Capex lead a strong Growth Year.

What's the story on the dollar this year?
What's the story on the dollar this year?

What's the story on the dollar this year?

Hear what our Chief US economist Steve Blitz and our Senior Macro Strategist Ollie Brennan have to say about currency markets, the impact of the Trump tax cuts, and offshore dollar liquidity.

Emerging Markets Outlook for 2018
Emerging Markets Outlook for 2018

Emerging Markets Outlook for 2018

Larry Brainard, Chief Emerging Markets Economist, highlights our best calls from 2017 as well as what to expect in 2018.

  • Global: EM year-end risks priced in amid rising optimism
  • China: The Chinese consumer goes upmarket
  • Brazil: Pension reform debate enters critical week
  • India: Modi’s BJP likely to win Gujarat poll after tough fight
  • Russia: Rosneft-Sistema: Sechin’s warpath risks a trail of damage
  • Mexico: Do not rule out a 25 bp hike on 14 December
  • Strategy: Assessing our 2017 Asset Allocation views

2018’s Rosy Scenario – with added Bubbles
2018’s Rosy Scenario – with added Bubbles

2018’s Rosy Scenario – with added Bubbles

Charles Dumas, Chief Economist, on TS Lombard's outlook for 2018.

  • 3 major locomotives – US, EA, China – boosting 2018 growth
  • Stocks bullish in 2018, bonds modestly bearish, euro up further
  • 4 hikes by Fed, but policy still stimulative, as are ECB and BoJ
  • Foolish quest for 2% inflation risks stock market bubble/bust
  • Downswing in 2019 or 2020 to discredit central banks
  • Major economies strongest this century in the medium term
  • Chief threat is political, from mid-level job & income losses
  • Monetarist paradigm jeopardised by intensifying anti-elitism

TS Lombard: Combining Economics, Politics and Markets
TS Lombard: Combining Economics, Politics and Markets

TS Lombard: Combining Economics, Politics and Markets

TS Lombard was formed in September 2016 following the merger of Lombard Street Research and Trusted Sources.

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