In January 2016, after the US Federal Reserve had just raised rates for the first time in nearly a decade, Bob Michele tried to think of some believable surprises for the year ahead - outcomes that seemed highly unlikely at the time, but might well come to pass.
As it turned out, with at least one prediction he proved unexpectedly prescient. Despite all signs in early 2016 pointing to higher treasury yields, Michele was highly sceptical given the lack of inflation...
Likelihood of 30 January rate cut rises
Misuse of audio feed
Liquidity mismatches in open-ended funds, such as that seen in the property sector and in the case of the Woodford Equity Income fund, poses a threat to financial stability and could “amplify shocks in the financial system”, the Bank of England (BoE)...
Are we rewarding the right things?
Target five colleges first
Re-platforming went well
Nearly two years after High Court appearance
Tried to work at Wesleyan