Research

Menu

Back

Choose Language

May 6, 2022

Bilboard

BILBoard May 2022 – A bumpy ride but with some shock absorbers still intact

By now the majority of us have felt the sting of rising prices first-hand. Central banks are under increasing pressure to prevent inflation from becoming entrenched in expectations and the creation of a self-fulfilling feedback loop. Despite the inflationary environment (which was prevalent well before the conflict in Ukraine) and rising rates, corporate margins are yet to be meaningfully impacted. In fact, analysts currently expect that the ongoing Q1 earnings season should be the weakest of 2022, and insofar, it has exceeded expectations on both sides of the Atlantic. Read more...

EN  FR  DE  LU  NL


More

July 16, 2024

News

Tourism, a fragile pillar of Europe&#...

  Accounting for around 10% of the EU's GDP, tourism is one of the key pillars of the European economy, with a considerable impact on...

July 1, 2024

News

Can US households continue driving gr...

Consumers are the Atlas holding up the American economy. With the US representing around one-quarter of global output, and with personal consumption accounting for an...

June 21, 2024

Bilboard

BILBoard – Summer 2024

Despite tight monetary conditions, the global economy held up remarkably well throughout the first half of 2024. From this point on, it appears to be...

June 3, 2024

News

European energy – everything under co...

Prior to the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the lion’s share of Europe’s energy imports came from Russia. It accounted for 28% of the...

May 24, 2024

Bilboard

BILBoard June 2024 – Time for equity ...

  A study has found that, this summer, Americans wishing to see Taylor Swift’s record-breaking Eras Tour might be better off coming to Europe to...

All articles