Hans Parisis

May 30, 2016
Maybe long-term investors could try to be honest and ask themselves: “What’s really “working” well these days in the world?”

May 27, 2016
Presenting the world in that light would help to absolve Prime Minister Abe of responsibility of the relative weakness of the Japanese economy, which is not really looking in the best of health, especially as there is a reasonable chance that elections will be called later this year in Japan.

May 25, 2016
Greece, after having been receiving financial support from the Euro area Member States and the IMF to cope with its financial difficulties and economic challenges since May 2010, once again, has gotten another typical Euro area compromise whereby was decided the latest cash...

May 23, 2016
In the U.S. it’s all about the Fed as it should be.

May 20, 2016
All this of course implies we don’t have a sudden/unexpected serious geopolitical event that would put the dollar back in its role of first safe haven currency in the world. Let’s hope that doesn’t occur.

May 18, 2016
Of course, the CPI is not the Fed’s favored inflation measure, but it is the measure that matters most to the financial markets.

May 16, 2016
As an investor please never forget, when we talk about hedging, that means actively managing your portfolio, and that's easier said than done.

May 13, 2016
Growth has generally been revised higher; inflation is generally being revised higher and amid considerable structural change, there is evidence of capacity constraints being hit.

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