United Kingdom
Age 56
An Honours Graduate from Oxford University, Nick Beecroft brings over 30 years of international trading experience within the financial industry, including senior Global Markets roles at Standard Chartered Bank, Deutsche Bank and Citibank. Nick was a member of the Bank of England's Foreign Exchange Joint Standing Committee.Contact: +44 207 151 2045
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  • Squawk / 28 May 2015 at 9:00 GMT
    Chairman, Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited / Saxo Bank
    United Kingdom
    The first revision of Q1 2015 UK GDP data was a slight disappointment, in that the reading was unchanged from the first, advance, release at +0.3% qoq, below expectations, which were for +0.4%.

    Looking at the details, although gross capital formation came in at a healthy +1.5%, consumption growth, at 0.5% qoq was the most important shortfall, given expectations for +0.7% and the fact that consumption accounts for 70% of the UK economy. Maybe this is yet another vestige of the effect that election uncertainty had upon ‘animal spirits’ in the economy.
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  • Article / 22 May 2015 at 11:00 GMT

    The Tories can rule for 20 years...if the eurosceptics shut up

    Chairman, Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited / Saxo Bank
    United Kingdom
    The Tories can rule for 20 years...if the eurosceptics shut up
    David Cameron, like Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair before him, has captured the mood of British voters, who rejected the Labour party's shift to the left under Ed Miliband. If it can successfully mollify its eurosceptic element, the Conservatives have an opportunity to become the natural party of power for the next 20 years.
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    23 May
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  • Saxo TV / 13 May 2015 at 13:18 GMT

    Beecroft: Why I'm optimistic about UK Plc

    Nick Beecroft
    As employment and inflation reports are published in the UK this Wednesday, Saxo's Nick Beecroft explains what they mean for the economy as a whole and for Sterling. He also looks at the FTSE 100 and why he thinks it could move above 8,000..
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  • Squawk / 13 May 2015 at 10:46 GMT
    Chairman, Saxo Capital Markets UK Limited / Saxo Bank
    United Kingdom
    The Bank of England Quarterly Inflation Report didn't really contain any ‘fizz’ as such, with the key inflation fan chart virtually unchanged from February’s Report. It showed inflation most probably bang on the 2% target by Q2 2017, assuming interest rates rise as predicted by the current market yield curve.

    Overall, the chief takeaway was the MPC’s continued focus on productivity growth, with Carney at pains to bemoan the sluggish improvement. He was serenely confident that we could ‘look thru’ the current low inflation readings; indeed pointing out that wages, and hence inflation, could pick up rather quickly if productivity doesn’t accelerate. The MPC’s average view is that only 0.5% of slack remains in the economy, although apparently there was a wide range of views on this as ever, given the difficulties in deriving the precise measurement of slack.
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    13 May
    Nick Beecroft Nick Beecroft
    It's also worth mentioning this morning's UK employment report. This was obviously released after the Inflation Report was compiled and once again it contained quite encouraging, above...
  • Article / 06 May 2015 at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: GBP feeling the pressure

    Deputy Editor / TradingFloor.com
    Morning Markets: GBP feeling the pressure
    The United States is responsible for the more interesting data releases today with Europe only providing second-tier news. But this being the final trading day before voters take to the polls in the UK election, plenty of attention will be focused on the last stretch of the election race as Sterling increasingly feels the heat.
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