3 reasons why the GBP may fall even lower – Deutsche Bank

“1. Purchasing power parity, which evaluates the exchange rate equivalent to the price of “Big Mac”, between the two countries. Britain is experiencing a shock, which suggests that the GBP will reach the extreme historical undervaluation. 2. An alternative metric – a fundamental effective exchange rate. It estimates the rate needed to restore the country’s current account deficit to equilibrium, which we define as 20-year historical average, or in absolute annual terms, around 40,000,000,000 GBP, or 2.5% of GDP. 3. The main value of the assets. What exchange rate will…

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Something strange is happening in the closing market time

The stock market bounced after the unexpected decision of Britain to leave the EU. Does this mean that investors are willing to take risks again? Hardly. Strong┬átraders risk in the day, but avoid risks overnight. Credit Suiss drew attention to the daily trading volume on the closing market . On average, the volume increased from 8.4% to 9.8% over the last 2 years, which means that traders cut positions before the market closes. There has been a lot of changes overnight The stock market is driven by macroeconomic events that…

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LSE shareholders approved a merger with Deutsche Boerse

On Monday, shareholders of London Stock Exchange Group Plc (LSEG), the operator of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), almost unanimously (99.89%) have approved a merger with Deutsche Boerse AG. The merger would create Europe’s largest securities market operator securities with a market capitalization of more than $ 27 billion. However, there remains uncertainty associated with the position of European Regulators in relation to the merger of two leading stock market operators. Thus, Berlin has insisted that after the decision of the British withdrawal from the European Union (Brexit) the headquarters…

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The Bank of England will cut interest rates to zero – TDS

Analysts TDS believe that after the results of the referendum in the UK the Bank of England will cut interest rates to zero: “We expect that the UK will enter a short and shallow recession like as increased uncertainty from the victory in the referendum on the exit from the EU will have an impact on the demand for both households and firms. While the exchange rate will help to neutralize part by weakening exports, this gain will be limited. Inflation will rise to above 3% y / y by…

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