Andrew Capon is an award-winning journalist, editor, publisher and financial commentator. Since ending full-time journalism, Capon has worked as a strategist at State Street Global Markets examining investor behavior, and as head of strategic communications at Insight Investment, one of the largest U.K. fund managers. He is a graduate of Cambridge University.
Leading indicators for Japan show a slowing economy, but central bank intervention could be good for stocks.
A reticence to increase U.S. dollar exposure in 2018 resulted in highest central bank gold demand since the end of Bretton Woods.
In 11 Fed easing cycles since 1972, equity volatility rose in the three months prior to the first rate cut.
Chinese government bonds have rallied in the last year and international portfolio managers are taking notice.
With 78 percent of China's growth due to domestic consumption, a slowdown in consumer spending there could ripple through the global economy.
A changing picture for interest rates, the U.S. dollar and market volatility could be a catalyst for gold.
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