ABN AMRO integrates its Jersey and Guernsey private banking activities 30 September 2015
Today ABN AMRO Bank N.V. announces the integration of its private banking activities in Jersey and Guernsey, subject to regulatory approval. In the coming months, ABN AMRO will transfer its business from Jersey to its subsidiary in Guernsey.
Global weekly: When paths diverge 25 September 2015
The lack of a clear direction and a stream of depressing news has hurt sentiment. Markets perked up after Fed Chair Janet Yellen said that a rate hike was “likely” in 2015.
Global weekly: Know when to hold ‘em 18 September 2015
The September meeting of the US central bank came and went yesterday, with no change in interest rates. This decision added support for stocks, bonds and gold, but was negative for the US dollar, as markets scaled back rate-hike expectations.
Global weekly: Guardians of growth 11 September 2015
The actions of central bankers and policymakers soothed markets this week. The slowdown in China, while negatively affecting other emerging markets, should not impact global growth.
ABN AMRO Private Banking wins #1 Website for Wealth Management 2015 10 September 2015
ABN AMRO Private Banking has ranked first among 40 leading wealth managers and private banks globally in the annual benchmarking study ‘Websites for Wealth Management 2015’ conducted by the Swiss research company, MyPrivateBanking Research.
Global weekly: More monetary easing ahead 04 September 2015
After dovish remarks at the press conference, we expect the European Central Bank (ECB) to increase its assetpurchasing programme on worries about global growth and inflation
Global weekly: A most turbulent week 28 August 2015
After a week that started with a Black Monday, markets recovered surprisingly well to levels from at or above the start of the week. ABN AMRO Group Economics continues to expect an acceleration of global growth in the fourth quarter, generated by higher industrial activity and consumer demand.
Global weekly: In or out? 10 July 2015
The crisis in Greece and a severe correction in China weighed on equity markets this week. Credit spreads for peripheral eurozone government bonds increased, but later declined, as Greece's problems remain contained.
The result of the Greek referendum on Sunday is crucial. A Yes vote would revive talks between Greece and its creditors, while a No vote would further increase the chances of an eventual exit by Greece from the euro.
With an end-of-the-month deadline looming for Greece’s refinancing, markets were uncertain this week. In the US, the Federal Reserve looks to be on track for rate hikes beginning in September.