Anthony Abrahamian

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Global Investment Strategist

Anthony is an Investment Strategist at Rothschild & Co Wealth Management, having joined in 2022. He is responsible for the in-house strategy view on both the global economy and capital markets. 

Prior to joining Rothschild & Co, Anthony worked as an economist at a sell-side research house called Absolute Strategy Research. He also worked in the equity strategy team there, though started his career at a fintech start-up which focused on emerging markets. 

Anthony graduated with first-class honours from the University of Bristol in 2018, having studied (BSc) Economics with Study in Continental Europe

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  • A rebound in corporate earnings?

    Blog

    Earnings growth is rising in the United States, suggesting the market could have passed a turning point. Ahead of the release of first quarter earnings figures, we consider what this means for investors and examine how earnings expectations can be fallible.

  • Gold rush?

    Blog

    Gold has risen in value by more than 5% over the past week to reach an all-time high. But unlike stocks it does not generate a dividend and unlike bonds there is no coupon paid to investors. So what factors are behind the precious metal’s recent resurgence?

  • The AI-driven surge

    Blog

    Chipmaker Nvidia has announced strong financial results. Alongside the rest of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ tech and AI stocks, it has been a key driver of the US market in recent times. But should investors now be worried about market concentration around these big names?

  • (Nachlassende) Inflation, China und Bewertungen

    Market Perspective

    Die Politik kann sich durchaus auf die Portfolios im Jahr 2024 auswirken, aber wir wissen, dass der Konjunkturzyklus dies mit Sicherheit tun wird. In dieser Marktperspektive untersuchen wir die Inflationsaussichten, die Argumente für und gegen Investitionen in China und die Frage, ob Aktien derzeit überbewertet sind.

  • Banks: still stressed?

    Blog

    It has been almost one year since banking stresses first emerged – and quickly dissipated – in the United States. But amid renewed concerns over the country’s banking sector, could the unwanted return of market stress lead us to a full-blown banking crisis?

  • Tailwinds for the UK consumer?

    Blog

    Retail sales in the UK declined in December, but this figure accounts for less than third of total consumer spending. In this blog we discuss how strong savings levels, falling energy costs and lower mortgage rates mean spending is not as weak as it may appear.