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Brexit: The UK government has plenty on its plate in 2018

Dharshini David
  • The Brexit negotiations will once again dominate the attention of investors in UK assets this year.
  • While there’s still a range of possible outcomes, the UK won’t get to have its cake and eat it. 

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Morning comment: No BoJ surprises

Chris Scicluna
  • After the BoJ pulled no surprises overnight, all eyes remain on the bond market. 

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Theresa May offers only a little new on Brexit

Grant Lewis
  • Theresa May’s speech on Brexit today provided an opportunity to reset the Brexit negotiations.
  • Unfortunately, she does not appear to have offered enough to move them on to the next stage, leaving businesses continuing to face enormous uncertainty.

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ECB: Not yet ready to set next steps

  • While Draghi and the updated forecasts might provide the odd clue, we don’t expect much more light to be shone on the ECB’s policy outlook this week.

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Euro area shows the UK how it’s done

  • With business confidence high, growth accelerating, and voters turning their backs on populists' politics, the euro area’s economic outlook looks increasingly bright. Sadly, the same can hardly be said for the UK. 

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