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Last week saw Bank of England Governor, Mervyn King deliver his final quarterly inflation report before he hands over the batten to his successor Mark Carney in July.
In an environment characterised by a strong appetite for equity investment, one area of the market which has been conspicuous by its absence in much of the equity market rally this year has been the emerging markets.
Conventional wisdom says that the stock and bond markets should generally move in opposite directions. Rising stock markets should, as the theory goes, be accompanied by falling “safer” bond prices as investor risk appetite rises.
Italy. The World’s third largest Government bond market and Europe’s largest. A nation that has had more governments than any other major European power since the Second World War.
Having started the year in good health, a number of recent key global economic data indicators have started to flag potential softening in growth prospects. This deteriorating trend has been particularly evident in risk assets, notably commodities.