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Simon Psaila

Financial Analyst

Simon Psaila is a Financial Analyst at Calamatta Cuschieri Investment Services Ltd.

Simon graduated with Honours in Banking and Finance from the University of Malta in 2011. He joined the firm in July of 2012 and manages the trading of local bonds and equities on the Malta Stock Exchange, as well as the execution of international bonds and equities. Simon also forms part of the research team at Calamatta Cuschieri Co. Ltd, which actively provides updates and insights on market developments for the advisors at the firm as well as its clients.

Simon is currently a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level II candidate.

My Blog Posts

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  • A key week ahead

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 13th July 2020
    Markets continue to grapple between the promptness of re-opening economies versus the increasing cases of Covid-19 in some parts of the world, putting a spoke in the speed of economic recovery. Indeed over the weekend .
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  • The forthcoming cashless society

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 3rd July 2020
    The wave of change is coming whether we like it or not. No, I am not talking about Neil Agius’s epic feat of swimming from Sicily to Malta in the name of environmental conservation, but .
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  • Key themes in credit markets

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 23rd June 2020
    Central banks are the modern day knights in shining armour, spear heading the charge in market momentum. Following the reporting of the Federal Reserve minutes last week, the direction which Fed chair Powell intends to .
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  • An outlook for credit

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 15th June 2020
    The year 2020 is proving to be a rollercoaster of a journey. Investors started the year with neutral expectations, with yields hovering near all-time lows and getting sequentially thinner, albeit at a leisurely pace. Subsequently .
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  • Is a promise enough?

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 29th May 2020
    The adage “actions speak loader than words” may hold true for most things in life, however it doesn’t seem to hold true for central banks. Following the announcement of unprecedented measures by the Federal Reserve, .
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  • Central banks at the helm

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 11th May 2020
    As a host of countries begin easing lockdown restrictions, we are entering a highly sensitive period from both a human and economic perspective. As the lockdown ends in the US and Europe in May-June, and .
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  • The next narrative

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 28th April 2020
    We are definitely living in interesting times. Markets have recovered quite significantly since the March lows, with equity markets re-entering a bull-market, while credit markets recouped notably from the severe losses experienced last month. The .
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  • Portfolio Pandemic

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 25th February 2020
    Investors awoke to a sea of volatility on Monday morning, as concern over the possible extent of the impact that the COVID-19 could likely have on world economies heightened significantly. Apart from the postponement of .
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  • The regulatory cost paradox

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 22nd January 2020
    It is no secret that the banking industry is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the world. The reasons for the incessant march towards further tighter regulatory controls dates back to the aftermath .