Vacancy: Quantitative Investment Analyst
T. Bailey is looking for a Quantitative Investment Analyst to join its investment team.
May saw financial asset prices reflect a concern over how high western central banks would hike official short-term interest rates First signs of inflation peaking in the US and an indication of the US Federal Reserve becoming more pragmatic to avoid a recession later in May, brought about some respite for risk asset prices after a torrid time in the first three weeks of May.
Fuel for Thought At the start of October, we were facing a fuel crisis, one not caused by a lack of the liquid energy but those available to deliver it. By mid-month, the picture below of my local filling station, shows some degree of a return to normality. There was no queue, the price not […]
Bond Villains The last day of last month saw the long-awaited release of ‘No Time to Die’, the latest James Bond movie. Like many, I will be heading off to see it. But September 2021 was a tough month for investors with broader equity markets enduring their worst month since March 2020. The FTSE All-World […]