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G+ Economics is one of the market’s leading professional market economics consultancies operating in economic trend forecasting, policy-specific and financial macro risk analysis specialising in G7 market economics and G20 systemic risk and thematic trends research. Specialised in global macro, market and analysis, G+ Market Economics is a sole trademark of G+ Economics.


G+ Economics is headed by Lena Komileva, an accomplished widely recognised City-based international economist with 15 years of experience as global G10 head of research at one of the two largest inter-dealer brokers in the world, the oldest US private bank and a 137yr-old German investment bank.


Our readership network includes public sector treasury managers, central bank analysts, private wealth managers, hedge funds, market intermediaries, bank traders, risk officers, portfolio managers, public sector and corporate treasurers, and inter-government institutions and media opinion-leaders.

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Lena Komileva speaking at the Luxembourg Financial Forum The art of successful investing is predicting the direction of macro risk travel - Lena Komileva at LFF

Our philosophy

G+ is Global Market Economics. Our research psychology is rooted in the principles of fundamental analysis and market intelligence. 


We pride ourselves on providing our customers the best service available in the market and as such are delighted to introduce the opportunity to access our range of leading edge service solutions to a wider audience of expert investors and policy makers.


• Strategic Positioning and Tactical Portfolio Analysis

• Strategic Economic Advisory

• Capital Market Analysis

• Policy Analysis

• Scenario Based Economic Forecasting

• Market and Product Expansion Evaluation

• Risk Management

• High Net Worth Investor Relations



An independent market voice for over a decade

BBC Breakfast: The Greek election result 26 Jan 15 -"What Syriza is proposing is radical, but there's no certainty about how it can be funded"

Komileva: Why I'm Optimistic About Europe - Bloomberg TV

Bloomberg TV: Komileva Says Russian Foreign Reserves 'Dwindling'

Bloomberg TV: What Will Unemployment Data Tell About U.S. Economy?

BBC Radio 4 "Today" programme: Could Greece leave the eurozone?

Bloomberg TV: Komileva on the Greek Crisis, EU, IMF, ECB Risks

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Lead the consensus!

Question the conventional wisdom of the day. We believe that, whatever the market climate, understanding global economic trends and financial links creates ample opportunities to generate long-term wealthThe art of successful investing is predicting the direction of macro risk travel.

In the news:

Barron's: Yellen Talks, Markets Yawn (28/02/15)


FT: S&P 500 hits record after Yellen remarks (24/02/15)


Bloomberg: Greek Deal Kickstarts Best Day Since QE for Periphery’s Bonds (23/02/15)


Bloomberg: Greek Deal Sparks Bond Rally Powering Portugal Yields to Record (23/02/15)


Ekathimerini.com: Greek bonds may lead periphery higher after funding deal struck (22/02/15)


Bloomberg: The Real Battle Over Greece Still Lies Ahead (21/02/15)


Bloomberg: The First Word: Komileva on Fed (20/02/15)


BBC 24 News and Business Report: Lena Komileva discusses the emergency Eurogroup meeting & Greece negotiations (11/02/15)

BBC World Business Report: Europe Reacts to Greek Election (27/01/15)

BBC Breakfast: Lena Komileva discusses the implications of the Greek lections with Steph McGovern, Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin in Manchester (26/01/15)

BBC Radio 4 "Today" programme: Could Greece leave the eurozone? (05/01/15)

BBC Radio World Service: Can the Eurozone Cope Without Greece? (05/01/15)

24 Ore: Le carte di Draghi (31/12/14)

The Bloomberg Advantage: Laszlo Birinyi, Lena Komileva (31/12/14)

Toyo Keizai: The Eurozone in 2015 and 2025 (19/12/14)

Finantial Times: Stocks jump after China cuts rates (21/11/14)

The Washington Post / Bloomberg: Draghi Ramps Up ECB Stimulus Pledge as Inflation Outlook Weakens (21/11/14)


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