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Review of markets over February 2020

Review of markets over February 2020

🕔11:11, 13.Mar 2020

In February, the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak replaced trade as the main focus for the markets. Fears of near-term negative effects on Chinese and global growth, together with the expectation that central banks around the globe will provide further monetary policy

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Charting China Monthly Review Cyclical momentum improves further; liquidity conditions ease

Charting China Monthly Review Cyclical momentum improves further; liquidity conditions ease

🕔15:58, 9.Jan 2020

What happened in the past month? Global trade growth continues to improve, riding on the tailwind of monetary easing earlier in the year and the recent de-escalation of China-US trade tension. On the domestic front, stronger infrastructure FAI and still-resilient

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STOXX Monthly Newsletter December 2019_Ready_AX_AS

STOXX Monthly Newsletter December 2019_Ready_AX_AS

🕔06:33, 8.Jan 2020

Key points Stocks rose for a fourth consecutive month in December, extending indices’ record-breaking rally this year, as the US and China struck an initial trade deal and reports pointed to a possible acceleration in the global economy. The STOXX®

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Investors’ Outlook – Lots of Treats Instead of Tricks

Investors’ Outlook – Lots of Treats Instead of Tricks

🕔17:45, 16.Dec 2019

October started out with a whole host of positive developments. The UK parliament compelled British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask the European Union to extend Brexit negotiations. The EU accepted the UK parliament’s request, thereby avoiding the possibility of

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Review of markets over November 2019

Review of markets over November 2019

🕔17:44, 16.Dec 2019

Equities continued to rally in November – a relatively consistent feature of markets in 2019, despite the multitude of geopolitical risks that investors have faced this year. The negotiations between the US and China on a ‘phase one’ trade deal

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October has been dominated by big political misses

October has been dominated by big political misses

🕔12:00, 4.Dec 2019

Market Overview October was all about talk of deals and crucial deadlines. What happened? The deals got nowhere and the deadlines were missed. How did markets react? Equities went up still more and bonds hung around. It is remarkable how

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Review of markets over October 2019

Review of markets over October 2019

🕔14:52, 25.Nov 2019

Financial markets welcomed signs of an easing in geopolitical tensions in October, with risk assets generally outperforming traditional safe havens. The US and Chinese authorities moved closer to agreeing a partial deal on trade, while the UK once again edged

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Beneath the Surface

Beneath the Surface

🕔12:47, 25.Nov 2019

 A reprieve in trade tensions between the U.S. and China bolstered investor confidence in October even as political uncertainty increased around the globe. Washington and Beijing announced details of a potential deal – coined as “phase one” – for the

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Economic Debate Continues, Market Mood Brightens

Economic Debate Continues, Market Mood Brightens

🕔10:32, 25.Nov 2019

Over the past few weeks, Eurozone and U.S. economic and manufacturing data releases have started showing early signs of stabilization. In the United States, PMI data have trended sideways of late. Industrial production missed expectations, but much of the weakness

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Capital Markets Update Market commentary October

Capital Markets Update Market commentary October

🕔12:50, 21.Nov 2019

For the second straight month global equities outperformed U.S. equities. International developed (MSCI EAFE Index 3.6%) and emerging market (MSCI EM Index 4.2%) equities outpaced the U.S. S&P 500 Index which rose 2.2%.  The U.K. Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, reached

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Ogen nu gericht op economie

Ogen nu gericht op economie

🕔15:45, 20.Nov 2019

Lichtpunten aan de horizon Wereldwijd zwakt de economische groei af. Maar er zijn signalen dat de groeivertraging niet verder doorzet. Macro-economische indicatoren duiden op stabilisatie. In de industriële sector, die de bron van de neergang is, zijn tekenen van herstel.

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Monthly Market Monitor November 2019

Monthly Market Monitor November 2019

🕔16:51, 18.Nov 2019

Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in

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Food prices inflation rose visibly; trade tensions eased on the margin

Food prices inflation rose visibly; trade tensions eased on the margin

🕔15:46, 18.Nov 2019

Activity indicators stabilized but remained at relatively weak levels. Pork price gapped up after the October 1 holidays. Oct. Mtd IPP coal consumption growth rose to 19.9% YoY from 5.2% YoY in Sept on a low base, but industrial utilization

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Index Dashboard: Europe

Index Dashboard: Europe

🕔16:55, 5.Nov 2019

European equities ended October in positive territory, despite concerns about slowing economic growth in the Eurozone and continued Brexit uncertainty. The S&P Europe 350 gained 1.1% and is on track for its best year since 2009. Most European sectors finished October

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Review of markets over October 2019

🕔15:29, 1.Nov 2019

Financial markets welcomed signs of an easing in geopolitical tensions in October, with risk assets generally outperforming traditional safe havens. The US and Chinese authorities moved closer to agreeing a partial deal on trade, while the UK once again edged

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Macro And Market View Macro Research September 2019

Macro And Market View Macro Research September 2019

🕔18:39, 28.Oct 2019

Presentation

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More than a mid-cycle adjustment

More than a mid-cycle adjustment

🕔10:05, 28.Oct 2019

U.S. assets performed well in the third quarter, adding to strong gains from the first half of the year. Markets rallied as heightened concerns about global trade and growth pushed bond yields lower and prompted central banks to ease policy.

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Monthly Market Monitor October 2019

Monthly Market Monitor October 2019

🕔12:58, 21.Oct 2019

Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in

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A Tale of Two Halves

A Tale of Two Halves

🕔09:33, 18.Oct 2019

Despite an optimistic start to September, mixed geopolitical developments weighed on investor sentiment over the month. Trade tensions between the U.S. and China eased somewhat as September began: China exempted certain U.S. agricultural products from additional tariffs, and President Donald

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What happened in the past month? Charting China Monthly Review 3Q growth tracking lower, counter-cyclical efforts falling short of expectations

What happened in the past month? Charting China Monthly Review 3Q growth tracking lower, counter-cyclical efforts falling short of expectations

🕔11:01, 11.Oct 2019

IP growth edged up from the lows in July-August, but remained relatively weak. 3Q GDP growth tracks lower. Demand indicators appear to be stabilizing at a relatively weak level. Following the weak IP growth (4.4% & 4.8% YoY) in July-August,

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Index Dashboard: Europe

Index Dashboard: Europe

🕔17:02, 1.Oct 2019

S&P Dow Jones Indices 

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Rising recession risks

Rising recession risks

🕔18:28, 23.Sep 2019

With the trade war escalating, the risk that the conflict will further dampen business confidence and capex is increasing. Whether this will lead to an outright recession will depend on the resilience of the consumer, who has so far been

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Multi-asset markets outlook

Multi-asset markets outlook

🕔17:59, 23.Sep 2019

The global economy is stuck in a persistent slowdown concentrated in the manufacturing sector amidst pervasive economic policy uncertainty. The latest ISM manufacturing producer confidence index slid into contraction territory at 49.1 in August, delivering little comfort for investors. Is

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Monthly Market Monitor

Monthly Market Monitor

🕔17:38, 23.Sep 2019

Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in

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August In Review

August In Review

🕔08:45, 13.Sep 2019

We review trends across markets and economies in August 2019, consider what they mean for our multi-asset portfolios and present a positioning update. August started with a bang as President Donald Trump announced a 10% tariff on USD 300 billion

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