There has been significant progress in the Brexit negotiations in the last 48 hours.
This week, the Federal Reserve (Fed) revealed itself to be even more dovish than generally perceived, both in the caution with which it assesses the current state of the economy and in its projections for the economy and interest rates.
The impact on Europe of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU) remains unclear, and other landmark events are now looming large on the political horizon. Italy’s major Constitutional referendum, scheduled for 4 December,
We believe the Brexit negotiations will conclude with a relatively “soft” Brexit. But, as current media headlines show, there are still a number of compromises that need to be made on both sides to seal the deal.
The paper discusses the pportunities and risks that institutions should consider when investing in China’s A-Share and private equity markets.
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