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CheckRisk dubious on negative rates in UK

CheckRisk's Ross Pepperell, in a recent Euromoney article, commented he does not believe the BoE will be overly concerned about importing inflation. He noted that the BoE "will be heartened by looking at the experience of the euro in the past two years. No material inflation was imported when the...

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Crisis at the Gate: CheckRisk quoted on Brexit view

In an article that appeared in the Business Post of Ireland over the weekend CheckRisk's Nick Bullman was quoted: “If someone asked me why did Britain vote to leave it is because when the union was put together by France and Germany it was a political union. When the British...

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CheckRisk ‘BUMPS’ into Dow Jones feature

CheckRisk was quoted on Dow Jones Newswire at 14.50 GMT today: A “full-blown financial crisis” is likely in 2017-2020, according to risk consultants CheckRisk, who view the current market turbulence as a “mid-cycle crisis.” They advise being “risk-neutral or risk-off”, but say investors should wait to judge central bank reaction...

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Global economy will impact the 2016 US Presidential Election

CheckRisk’s Nick Bullman quoted in UK Daily Telegraph: “I actually think for the first time in a long time it is the world’s stock markets and the link to the global economy that will impact US elections.” “Most US presidential elections are fought on domestic issues, however, the United States’...

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CheckRisk quoted in UK Daily Telegraph New Year Analysis

The Daily Telegraph, in an article by Tara Cunningham (@tarascunningham) posted a ‘cautiously bullish’ outlook for 2016. CheckRisk’s Nick Bullman was quoted as saying: “Markets are fickle. Investors will find themselves “adjusting to a new environment”, in the wake of the historic US quarter-point interest rate rise. “It will be...

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CheckRisk’s view on the Irish Economy featured in UK Telegraph

Nick Bullman was quoted in this Sunday’s Telegraph newspaper as there is increasing debate over the sustainability of the impressive Irish economic recovery. Debt remains high and there are few levers available to the Irish government and as Nick Bullman commented: “My sense is that outside of Dublin and Cork,...

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