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Daily Snapshot – 21 July 2021

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2025 Well those PCR tests aren’t much fun are they. Gag-tastic. We’ve just sent an 18 year old into space for a 10 minute cruise but apparently can’t find a better way of testing for Covid than having someone judge you for dry retching and telling you to “try to stay calm” while they swab […]

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Daily Snapshot – 20 July 2021

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2025 So as Jeff Bezos flies to space, the tension builds with a mere 17 hours til the Quick family take PCR tests prior to our flight to the slightly less glamorous Gonzales, Louisiana (Jambalaya Capital of the World, population 9,781). It can be debated whether two weeks with the in-laws in the 100% humidity […]

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Daily Snapshot – 19 July 2021

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2025 So if the market was at a crossroads on Friday it certainly took a decisive turn today. A sense of inevitability to the move down (Stoxx 600 -2.3% for its worst day in 6 months) as all the supports that have been flagged here of late were tested and failed. Everyone’s a bond yield […]

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Daily Snapshot – 15 July 2021

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2025 I always used to somewhat love, somewhat fear those university interview questions along the lines of “How many bricks are there in the Great Wall of China”. The panic of basically completely guessing but having to talk through the logic of how I’d got to that complete guess all embracing. It possibly explains why […]

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Daily Snapshot – 14 July 2021

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2025 So the heavyweights are lining up. In the Red corner we have the “it’s transitory – just chill” camp including Fed Chairman Powell and our economists. In the blue corner we have the “this is starting to look anything but transitory” camp including former Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and a certain Larry Fink. Blackrock declaring […]

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Daily Snapshot – 13 July 2021

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2025 Absolutely sensational scenes here today as our summer intern finally made it to the office a mere 358 days after he was first due in. I mean there’s late and there’s late isn’t there. He mumbled something about a pandemic getting in the way but we all know it just means he’s in for […]

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Daily Snapshot – 12 July 2021

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2025 OK – enough about football already. Congratulations to the Azzurri. We move on. Markets very much in a holding pattern today until the US came in and kicked us on (Stoxx 600 +0.69%) as the S&P move saw it officially double from the lows of March 2020. Where there was excitement it came in […]

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Daily Snapshot – 9 July 2021

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2025 I was at Taste of London yesterday. Fun, friends, laughter, good food, the occasional drink. Utterly brilliant. Just so good for the soul. Unfortunately on one of my best days of 2021 the market decided to have its worst day of the year so far. Banks and bond yields had been the canary in […]

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Daily Snapshot – 7 June 2021

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2025 Right – step away from the Carlsberg. Tonight we’re Carling only. It’s a bit of a taste hit obviously but if it’s what we’ve got to do to bring it home then it’s what we’ll do. And that Moretti order can go on hold for a bit too. This will definitely not be a […]

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Daily Snapshot – 6 June 2021

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2025 So one has to suspect the Bloomberg headline writers knew exactly what they were doing when they juxtaposed *U.K. SAYS HERD IMMUNITY IS NOT COVID POLICY GOAL: SPOKESMAN alongside *ENGLISH PUBS ALLOWED TO STAY OPEN LATE FOR SUNDAY SOCCER FINAL. Lets all just lick each others faces and get this over with. Our pharma […]