The European Central Bank (ECB) has asked Deutsche Bank to estimate the costs of winding down its trading operations. Apparently Deutsche Bank is the first bank that has been asked to run this exercise, but others may follow.
How complex is Deutsche Bank? Continue reading “ECB asks Deutsche Bank to estimate the cost of winding down its investment bank; Spain’s sovereign debt upgrade; Canadian bond yields rising most amongst the G20”
The divergence of interest rates, bond yields, inflation, currency strength, budget deficit and total debt of countries around the world has never been bigger. We look at how the US, the UK, the Eurozone, Japan, Switzerland and India are doing in addressing paying off their debt. Continue reading “High (or hyper) inflation or long term zero (or negative) interest rates – how might the world pay its debt?”
What a difference a year makes, these are the current 10 year government bond yields, Continue reading “Impact of interest rates in the US and the UK heading higher”