- Global Investment Views - October 2019
Global Investment Views - October 2019
Tuesday 01 October 2019
Research / Market
Stay agile amid high uncertainty
Over the past few weeks markets have fluctuated between positive news around geopolitics (US-China trade talks, Italy and receding risks of no-deal Brexit) and not so good news around economic data (German recession, US manufacturing and Chinese slowdown). This led to a rebound in equities and a rise in core bond yields. A new wait and see phase has likely started during which markets will reassess recession fears and the pressures of trade dynamics on corporate balance sheets.
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The day after #5 - New Frontiers for Central Banks
Central Banks (CBs) are by nature more flexible than governments. Thus, they have been the most proactive in this crisis, reintroducing large-scale asset-purchase programmes financed by money creation (QE policies).
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