Steven Barrow ( Email )
Head Strategist: G10
Steven Barrow has worked as a currency and fixed income strategist in the financial markets for the past 29 years. For much of this time he has worked as the head of currency strategy at Chemical Bank/Chase Manhattan Bank (1986-1996) and, more recently, at Bear Stearns (1997-2008) where he was Chief Global Currency Strategist. He writes and appears regularly in the media. Television interviews take place with CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Reuters, the BBC and others. In the written press he writes regularly for the Financial Times and is widely quoted in other publications such as the Wall Street Journal and International Herald Tribune amongst others. At Standard Bank Steve takes the title of 'Head of G10 Strategy' although he has extensive knowledge of emerging markets as well, attempting to take a 'top-down' view of the global economy and global markets. Steve Graduated from the Universities of Salford and York with a BSc and MSc (respectively) in economics.
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The SA Daily – The case for delayby Steven Barrow Fri Aug 30 08:46:06 SAST 2013
Yesterday our G10 analyst, Steve Barrow, noted that we believe there is now a greater likelihood that the Fed will reduce its asset purchases only in December rather than September.
ZA Macro Strategy Viewpoint – Stuck in second gear
International: Economic difficulties persist, particularly in Europe. The Eurozone crisis won’t go away, as demonstrated, once again, by the difficulties surrounding Cyprus’s EUR10bn bailout. But financial markets seem to have
ZA Macro Strategy Viewpoint – SA GDP still in the doldrums
International: The global macroeconomic backdrop remains weak, especially in the major advanced economies. The IMF believes that advanced economies will grow by 1.4% this year, just a tenth above the
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