Newell Palmer: Monthly Economic Notes-April 2017

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Economic Overview

Investors are focusing more on politics and have become more selective in what they buy, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) said and this could be a latest signal that markets may be breaking free from a dependence on central bank support. The BIS said in its quarterly report that there had been increased discrimination across asset classes, regions and sectors, in contrast to the cross-asset “herd behaviour” that has characterised recent years. “Politics tightened its grip over financial markets in the past quarter, reasserting its supremacy over economics,” the BIS said.

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