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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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  • Credit markets on the move

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 28th September 2020
    The current catalysts in the market place are economic data, the US election and the virus. Next week, we will have several economic data releases, particularly in the US where at the end of the .
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  • Fourth quarter outlook

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 14th September 2020
    The backdrop to the outlook for financial markets will be the continued monetary and fiscal support from policymakers. Indeed in spite of investors’ economic and political apprehensions, equities are set to enjoy a favourable tailwind .
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  • Investing in Emerging Markets

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 7th September 2020
    An emerging market economy is the economy of a developing nation that is becoming more engaged with global markets as it grows, and which displays some, but not all, of the characteristics of a developed .
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  • Japan in a post-Abe world

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 31st August 2020
    It is undeniable that Shinzo Abe has played a significant role in the direction of the Japanese economy during his long tenure stretching back to 2012, making him Japan’s longest serving Prime Minister. The surprise .
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  • Ultra-low interest rates over time

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 24th August 2020
    Glancing at a historical chart of worldwide interest rates, it is immediately clear that central banks have cut interest rates at an unprecedented pace, especially post the financial crisis in 2008. This has been done .
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  • A Performance Overview of European Banks

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 17th August 2020
    As the curtain draws on the mid-year reporting season, capturing a highly eventful first half of 2020, the spotlight turns onto banks, which have been protagonists in the Covid-19 inflicted economic saga. During the downturn .
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  • Modern Technical Analysis

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 7th August 2020
    Technical analysis has been in use within financial markets for over one hundred years. By definition, technical analysis is a trading discipline employed to evaluate investments and identify trading opportunities by analysing statistical trends gathered .
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  • Portfolio positioning for the summer

    Full Story | - Financial Analyst | 20th July 2020
    The market back-drop for the next couple of months is one of an expectation of further support on a monetary and fiscal level from government and supra-national authorities. Indeed, the EU is reportedly close to .
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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 .