Buttigeig for President

The Democratic primary season is now in full flow, with over a dozen hopefuls vying to go head to head against President Trump. The discussions have been frenetic, entertaining and, at times, illuminating. Clear detail on economic proposals has been missing though; leading contenders like Senator Kamala Harris and former Congressman Beto O’ Rourke, [...]

By |2019-04-08T10:42:19+02:00April 8th, 2019|Newsletters|0 Comments

Performance of the Dow Jones under Trump

After a spectacularly successful 2017, the Dow Jones had a difficult 2018, ending with the worst December performance since the Great Depression. This turnaround has gathered a lot of attention but what is the reason behind it?   Firstly, there are some domestic macroeconomic issues. The current American upswing has lasted for a decade, making [...]

By |2019-01-28T15:02:21+02:00January 28th, 2019|Newsletters|0 Comments

Brexit A Year On

With the recent inclement weather hitting Europe, it doesn’t feel like March. The (notional) turning of the season does, though, mean we are at the halfway point of Britain’s two-year notice period to leave the European Union (EU). Here, we assess what has happened to date and how things are likely to proceed going [...]

By |2018-03-12T15:02:59+02:00March 12th, 2018|Newsletters|0 Comments

Teething Problems For The Trump Administration

Ever since Franklin Roosevelt, American Presidents have been scrutinised on their performance in the first 100 days. The measurement is often unreasonable – Roosevelt had a clear plan to hit the ground running, rooted in the belief that the Hoover administration’s inaction had deepened the Great Depression. Just over three months is often simply [...]

By |2017-08-14T12:55:48+02:00August 14th, 2017|Newsletters|0 Comments

Five Consequences of the UK Referendum

On 23 June 2016, the British electorate voted to leave the European Union (EU). The consequences of this vote will play out over many years now. In this article we look at five of the consequences.   Labour Party in Turmoil   The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, announced immediately after the referendum result [...]

By |2017-01-23T14:24:20+02:00January 23rd, 2017|Newsletters|0 Comments

Five Takeaways from the US Presidential Campaign

The US presidential campaign is now well and truly underway with the results of the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries announced. Here are five talking points following the first two results.     The Trump Campaign is Real   The big talking point from Iowa was whether Donald J Trump’s unconventional campaign was [...]

By |2016-12-07T09:52:42+02:00February 15th, 2016|Newsletters|0 Comments

5 Talking Points from the Danish Election

The Danish election on 18 June 2015 was a tight affair with the centre-right bloc winning 90 seats to the incumbent centre-left’s 89. The centre-right (consisting of the Liberals, the Conservatives, Liberal Alliance and the populist Danish People’s Party (DPP)) will therefore form a parliamentary majority with the Liberals’ leader (and Prime Minister from 2009-11) [...]

By |2016-12-07T09:52:43+02:00July 2nd, 2015|Newsletters|0 Comments

The Rhino Charge 2015

We are thrilled to be supporting the Rhino Ark Charitable Trust, an NGO which works towards the conservation and protection of Kenya’s mountain range ecosystem, by sending Charles to the Rhino Charge (www.rhinocharge.co.ke). The Rhino Charge is an annual off-road motorsport competition held in Kenya in which entrants are required to visit 13 points (guard [...]

By |2016-12-07T09:52:43+02:00May 11th, 2015|Newsletters|0 Comments

5 things we learnt from the British Election

The latest British election of 7 May 2015 returned Conservative leader David Cameron to power, with an unexpectedly solid mandate. It was a disastrous night for the centre-left Labour party and the third party Liberal Democrats, whilst the secessionist Scottish National Party (SNP) swept Scotland. Here are five things we learnt from the results and [...]

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History on our doorstep

History on our doorstep Nordeq’s Denmark office is located in the historic harbour in the centre of Copenhagen Nordeq’s main office in Denmark is situated at the heart of Copenhagen’s most picturesque area, Nyhavn. Famous for its multi-coloured town houses and wooden ships on the canal, the area is consistently a hit with tourists and [...]

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