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Quarterly Outlook video: Don the helmets

Steen Jakobsen
How will the US presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump shape Q4? Steen Jakobsen, chief economist at Saxo Bank, explains his view on what awaits us.

Speaking from New York, he says that it is clear that the US is in a state of emergency outside its major cities. 

Many US citizens believe that the country is in deep recession, says Jakobsen, who predicts that many will think about this issue when casting their vote on election day on November 8 - and that the market is unprepared for the reaction.

Read more about Jakobsen’s views in his Q4 Outlook article here.
29 September
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BoE Deputy Governor Minouche Shafik said she expected the central bank would need to pump more stimulus into Britain's economy "at some point" as it adjusts to the shock of the vote to leave the European Union.
"There is no doubt in my mind that the UK is experiencing a sizeable economic shock in the wake of the referendum," Shafik said in a speech she was due to make on Wednesday.
The BoE has previously signalled that it was likely to cut interest rates later this year although there have been signs that the British economy did not suffer as big a hit from the Brexit vote as the central bank had expected.
29 September
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British consumer morale recovered slightly in September, but fears over job security when Brexit talks begin next year could yet dampen confidence, a survey published on Wednesday found. Consumer confidence nosedived after Britain's vote to leave the European Union on June 23, which many economists warned would catapult the country into recession.
But morale recovered after early data showed the economy would avoid an immediate slump.
The YouGov/Centre for Economics and Business Research Consumer Confidence Index rose one point in September to 111.1, four points up from July but two points lower than before the Brexit vote.
03 October
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Steen, welcome. Social sentiment driven .... This Chart Signals a Dying Democrat-Republican Duopoly
http://www.elliottwave.com/Social-Mood/This-Chart-Signals-a-Dying-Democrat-Republican-Duopoly
The question about the situation on the Russian currency market, there will be a large-scale weakening of the ruble, in the case of an increase in US interest rates?
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