Andrew Capon


Bio

Andrew Capon is an award-winning journalist, editor, publisher and financial commentator. Since ending full-time journalism, Capon has worked as a strategist at State Street Global Markets examining investor behavior and as head of strategic communications at Insight Investment, one of the UK's largest fund managers. He is a graduate of Cambridge University.

Japanese Stocks May Be Poised to Bounce Back

Japanese equities have had a roller-coaster ride to nowhere over the past year. The Nikkei 225 has eked out a…

How Much Does The Fed Influence Equity Volatility?

“Don’t fight the Fed” is such a wizened market phrasethat the temptation is to ignore it. But for U.S. equities…

Why Foreign Investors Are Showing Interest in China’s Bond Market

Beginning in April, Bloomberg will add local currency denominated Chinese bonds to its Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Index. Chinese government…

Why Central Bank Gold Demand Is Reaching New Highs

There was a point in the early-1990s when lunchtime London wine tipplers above a certain pay-grade would boast of being…

The World Is Watching China’s Consumers

China has entered the Year of the Earth Pig. Astrology experts prophesize that those born this year will be good-natured,…

Can the U.S. Dollar Keep its Momentum?

For most global investors, U.S. dollar hedging was the only currency risk management strategy to follow in 2018. The dollar…

Will Gold Rebound in 2019?

Frankincense and myrrh may no longer be traditional Christmas gifts, but the appeal of gold endures. For investors, however, the…

How China is Shaping Copper Markets

When searching the global markets battlefield for potential casualties of the United States trade war with China, two of the…

How Five Copper Mines Determine Global Supply

On June 7, copper prices hit a four-and-half-year high of more than $7,300 a tonne. Just ten weeks later, on…

Why China’s Currency Will Bounce Back

China’s currency is falling. The renminbi (RMB) posted its biggest ever monthly fall against the U.S. dollar in June, and…