Podcast: Andy Pfaff is interviewed by Lindsay Williams on the FMR101.3 Fine Business Radio show, discussing the latest commodity market changes and some of the seasonal and geopolitical influences on that marketplace. [Source: FMR101.3 – Lindsay Williams – July 17, 2017]
Price dislocation makes planning difficult. Central bankers, therefore, telegraph their policy intentions (as long as you are familiar with their arcane jargon), so that affected economic participants can plan their lives in an organised fashion. In the energy sector, price shocks lead to the development of alternatives e.g. electric vehicles, where Tesla is the poster
Bank of America Merrill Lynch proposed (Table 1) that the investment world is emerging from the post-2008 era with a lean six-pack, after its Banting diet (monetary stimulus ≈ high fat?), and that the bull is now poised to scale dizzying new heights. This view was also endorsed by Jeffrey Currie, Head of Commodities Research
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