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The threat of a considerable slowdown in the US and global economy appears acute.
A flight to safety in the near term but we still expect that the Fed will hike at its March meeting.
MARKETS, FIXED INCOME
Policy gaps with low yielders and emerging markets could widen sharply.
A round-up of our key research insights and forecasts in June
MONTHLY INSIGHTS, GLOBAL
End of easy money looms
Monthly Insights: June 2021
Recession risk will limit how far Fed can go
Crisis in Eastern Europe roils markets
Global equities moved higher
Notwithstanding mixed economic data and a surge in new coronavirus infections across economies, global equities managed to end the week higher
In May 2020, GCC equity markets closed higher for a second consecutive month.
Global equities suffered a reversal last week amid indications of a second wave of coronavirus infections across countries.
Last week global equities had one of their best weeks.
Notwithstanding heightened political tensions, global equities rallied last week amid indications that the economic impact of coronavirus has peaked.
Brexit is not over yet
Decision time for OPEC and allies
US yields race ahead
Emerging markets at risk of higher US yields
Oil markets to absorb higher OPEC output
Global equities reversed momentum last week as heightened tensions between the US and China and early fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections took hold.
Notwithstanding weak economic data and poor corporate earnings, global equities closed higher as investors started training their eyes beyond the immediate fallout from the coronavirus.
Global equities closed marginally higher as central banks reaffirmed their commitment to providing as much support as needed and as more countries fleshed out plans to ease lockdown measures.
Global equities closed lower for the first time in three weeks. However, the move appears relatively muted when weighed against a multitude of negative catalysts which emerged throughout the week.
Global equities rallied for a second consecutive week as investors retained their focus on positives.
Unsurprisingly, the global backdrop weighed on fund flows into GCC markets. All major markets saw massive outflows. However, on a quarterly basis, the picture was more mixed.
Global equities staged a sharp rebound rally as the Federal Reserve continued proactively to provide support and liquidity to markets.
The relief rally in global equities halted last week as the pace of virus spread coupled with economic data painted a rather grim picture for investors.
Global equities closed higher, for the first time in three weeks, amid rafts of measures announced by various central banks and governments.
Global equities recorded a consecutive double-digit weekly decline.
Global equities closed sharply lower as investors fretted over monetary and fiscal measures announced by several governments which were deemed to lack the depth and intensity needed.
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