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UK Retail Sales for the month of July did not tell us anything we did not know before. Thanks to the good weather in July, retail sales growth surprised to the upside, confirming the positive effects of the weather on consumption that we already saw in the recent GDP data.

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Qatar announced that it would invest $15bn in Turkey’s economy. While this is certainly going to help Turkey, it is in no way enough to stop the death spiral Turkey is in at the moment. Remember that Argentina could barely stop the decline of the Argentinian Peso by hiking repo rates from 28% to 40% and accepting a $50bn loan from the IMF. Turkey has so far not hiked interest rates so far and the Qatari investment is less than a third of the IMF loan to Argentina. And Turkey’s economy is one third bigger than Argentina’s.

  • 16 Aug 18
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The UK labour market data for the month of June was a decidedly mixed bag. While the unemployment rate dropped to 4.0% - a post-crisis low – the number of jobless claims was lower than expected and wage growth declined to 2.7% year-on-year from 2.8% in May. Overall, inflationary pressures from the labour market are hard to find and the Bank of England will have a hard time justifying further rate hikes with a tightening labour market.

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