So we are approaching the end of April 2019, and from what I can see, there seems to be no end to the Brexit Saga. But is this really a surprise ? Probably not, and there are a number of underlying reasons for that. To start with, we still don’t have a clear common vision […]

In the immediate aftermath, by agreeing to buy Euro 60 billion worth of public and private securities on a monthly basis until September 2016, under its recently launched quantitative easing ( QE ) program, the European central bank (ECB)  has quite clearly distorted the market. Also the initiative has given once in a life time […]