- Global Investment Views - September 2021
Global Investment Views - September 2021
Thursday 02 September 2021
Global Investment View
Global Investment Views - September 2021 - CIO Views
Equities have remained buoyant over the past weeks despite some challenges (China regulation, Afghanistan crisis), primarily due to the exceptional earnings seasons in the US and Europe. Looking ahead, we identify three main themes: the spread of the Delta Covid variant, the deceleration of economic growth from its peak, and divergences in policies...
Global Investment Views - October 2021
Recently, financial markets have had to digest some mixed signals from the US economy (August jobs report and retail sales, latest CPI).
Global Investment Views - July 2021
The waters look to have remained calm in financial markets, despite the hot numbers coming from the real economy. Although we view the outlook as generally positive, the larger economies are at different stages in their journeys towards peak acceleration. Europe and some EM still have some room to go in this respect.
Global Investment Views - August 2020
As we enter the summer, conflicting forces in major equity markets have led to a period of temporary equilibrium between fear(risk of second wave, low bond yields, high gold prices) and greed (equities rallying as a result of economies reopening). The big question for investors now is: where do we go from here?