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Ashley Chadwick

Met Traders at the races

One of the best things about working at Met Traders is the opportunity to go on one of the company days out. Recently we were treated to an evening in a Private Box at Sandown Park Racecourse.

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Met Culture

Reece Thomas

Greek Debt Deal

On Wednesday 25th May 2016 the Eurozone finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss the bailout conditions of Greece. During this meeting a deal with the international creditors was made to loan a further 10.3bn Euros to Greece in an aid to boost Greece's economy and help end the country’s vicious circle of austerity and recession.

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Ashley Chadwick

How Brexit would impact the EU

Whilst Britain leaving the EU would have dramatic impacts for Britain, the rest of the EU has to think about how it could dampen EU activity. A vote to leave in June would send major financial and political shockwaves through Europe.

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Market Insight

Ashley Chadwick

German Bund yield nears record lows

German 10 year bond yields have fallen to their lowest level in a year and are within touching distance of their record lows. Analysts believe this is being driven by high bond redemptions this week, which at €55 billion, is five times the amount of debt sales this week. That volume of cash flowing back to investors is likely to further bolster demand for German paper, which is already supported by the increase in the ECB’s QE.

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Ashley Chadwick

Does a falling Oil price lead to growth?

Since the Summer of 2014 Oil has fallen from over $115 a barrel to a low of $27 in January. It has since recovered and has spent the last month trading around the $40 level. Conventional wisdom suggests that a fall in the Oil price is beneficial for global GDP.

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