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EM macro strategies benefit from the FED tailwind

EM macro strategies benefit from the FED tailwind

🕔15:06, 13.Jun 2019

The Weekly Brief Last week Lyxor Cross Asset Research team addressed the positive performance of CTA strategies during the market downturn, which started a few weeks ago and dragged global equities nearly -6% lower in May. This fact is nonetheless

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Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report

Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report

🕔11:03, 11.Jun 2019

While China’s economic growth showed some signs of a pickup in early 2019, overall activity in the rest of emerging Asia looks still weak, especially exports. We expect China’s policy stance to turn more accommodative amid weaker-thanexpected data and a

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Weekly Economic Commentary

Weekly Economic Commentary

🕔07:00, 8.Jun 2019

t is hard to overstate the differences in style between China and the United States. The Chinese are measured, patient and subtle. They view Washington’s posture as impulsive and unproductive. Several people in Beijing referred to the increase in tariffs

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No shortcuts

No shortcuts

🕔11:03, 5.Jun 2019

Weekly Digest Hiring managers looking to bring someone into their business or team would naturally include an interview stage for promising candidates, which may consist of several rounds of face to face questioning and assessment. Why should the process of

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OK, Sell in May…But What About Today? Investing in an Increasingly Volatile Market

OK, Sell in May…But What About Today? Investing in an Increasingly Volatile Market

🕔17:02, 4.Jun 2019

Strategy Espresso On 1 May, investors in US equities were celebrating. The S&P 500 had more than recovered all of the losses from last year’s Q4 sell-off to reach a new all-time high of 2,954. The CBOE Volatility Index (“VIX”), widely accepted

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Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report

Multi-Asset Solutions Weekly Strategy Report

🕔13:02, 4.Jun 2019

This year’s rally in risk assets came to a screeching halt in May, derailed at first by the collapse of U.S.–China trade negotiations. It was thought that a deal could emerge during the first week of the month. Instead, the

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Getting a grip on inflation expectations

Getting a grip on inflation expectations

🕔13:02, 4.Jun 2019

Weekly Commentary Inflation expectations have sharply fallen recently, driving down U.S. government bond yields and focusing attention on Fed policy. The market now expects three Fed rate cuts by the end of 2020. The Fed is getting concerned that its

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Trade conflict or something else?

Trade conflict or something else?

🕔13:02, 4.Jun 2019

Macro Weekly Eurozone economic sentiment improves Industrial production in Japan and Korea improves But China manufacturing PMI drops back again

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Index Dashboard

Index Dashboard

🕔15:02, 2.Jun 2019

Index Dashboard: U.S

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Index Dashboard: Europe

Index Dashboard: Europe

🕔15:02, 2.Jun 2019

Index Dashboard: Europe

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US vs. China: Trade War Looming, or Overstated Hysteria?

US vs. China: Trade War Looming, or Overstated Hysteria?

🕔15:02, 29.May 2019

Strategy Espresso “Full-Blown Trade War is Quickly Shifting from Risk to ‘Baseline’” read a Bloomberg headline on Thursday 23 May, as analysts and economists from multiple institutions began adjusting their assumptions regarding whether a trade deal between the US and

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When cyber risks meet geopolitics

When cyber risks meet geopolitics

🕔14:08, 29.May 2019

Weekly Commentary Heightened geopolitical tensions increase the risk of cyberattacks, with growing market implications, in our view.  Risk assets including stocks sold off on mounting worries about growth and U.S.-China tensions. UK Prime Minister Theresa May resigned.  This week’s Chinese

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European Elections And Trade War: Markets Retreat

European Elections And Trade War: Markets Retreat

🕔09:02, 27.May 2019

Market Flash The US trade dispute continued to worry markets and US and German companies. At the end of the period, US PMI data remained in positive territory but showed confidence levels slipping. The Fed stayed in wait-and-see mode as

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Index Dashboard: Risk & Volatility May 22

Index Dashboard: Risk & Volatility May 22

🕔19:02, 23.May 2019

S&P Dow Jones Indices  

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Seeking income in high yield bonds

Seeking income in high yield bonds

🕔13:03, 21.May 2019

Weekly Commentary We see high yield bonds as a key source of income in bond portfolios, and advocate a balanced and diversified approach U.S.-China trade tensions ratcheted higher, reawakening market focus on global trade risks. Crude oil prices rallied on

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Respite For Europe Against The Backdrop Of The Trade War

Respite For Europe Against The Backdrop Of The Trade War

🕔11:02, 20.May 2019

Market Flash  In a week full of twists and turns, US-China trade talks turned complicated. Donald Trump is now expected to postpone the introduction of tariffs on European car and spare part imports to the US. This coincided with a

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Trade Talks Take A Detour

Trade Talks Take A Detour

🕔07:00, 18.May 2019

Weekly Economic Commentary Trade negotiations between China and the United States took a sudden turn last week, when the White House announced new tariffs. China responded early this week with countermeasures. These provocations came as a rude awakening after three

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Lessons on low market volatility

Lessons on low market volatility

🕔14:02, 14.May 2019

Weekly Commentary Last week’s selloff is a reminder of the potential for late-cycle bouts of volatility. We remain risk-on, yet advocate maintaining portfolio ballast. The U.S. increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, dialing up pressure on China

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Largest Rebalance in MSCI Emerging Markets History

Largest Rebalance in MSCI Emerging Markets History

🕔13:02, 14.May 2019

Strategy Espresso At the end of May, MSCI Emerging Markets will conduct their semi-annual index review and rebalance. As per usual, this process will create a certain amount of turnover in the index as companies are added and removed based

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The market volatility in a tweet

The market volatility in a tweet

🕔13:02, 13.May 2019

Market Flash Volatility rebounded from lows after Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on certain Chinese imports from 10% to 25% from Friday May 10 if trade talks failed make substantial progress. He followed through on this threat even though

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The Earnings Season Continues

The Earnings Season Continues

🕔13:02, 10.May 2019

Market Flash A shortened week got off to a positive start with S&P maintaining Italy at BBB with a negative outlook. Spain's elections saw the Socialist party come out on top with more seats than previously but still no absolute

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Beleggersdilemma: Uitstappen, blijven zitten of bijkopen?

Beleggersdilemma: Uitstappen, blijven zitten of bijkopen?

🕔15:02, 8.May 2019

Aandelen zijn dit jaar sterk hersteld van de forse daling van de koersen die we eind 2018 zagen. Maar hoe komt het dat de koersen dit jaar zo hard zijn gestegen? Zijn de vooruitzichten opeens zoveel beter? We krijgen de

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Equity Market Ceiling or the Beginning of a Rally?

Equity Market Ceiling or the Beginning of a Rally?

🕔17:02, 7.May 2019

Strategy Espresso Markets have rallied but we haven’t seen investors go back into equities. Indeed, European-domiciled ETF flows show that fixed income was still the favoured asset class in April with $4.5 billion of inflows versus $820 million out of equity. Year to

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Takeaways from first-quarter earnings

Takeaways from first-quarter earnings

🕔13:04, 7.May 2019

Weekly Commentary U.S. earnings growth has slowed markedly from 2018, but a surprisingly resilient first quarter supports our still-positive view on U.S. equities. The Federal Reserve maintained its patient policy stance last week, and U.S. jobs gains and eurozone growth

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Signs of Euro Zone Stabilization

Signs of Euro Zone Stabilization

🕔11:02, 3.May 2019

▪ Although U.S. real private sector final demand slowed significantly in Q1 to 1.3%, the business and consumer sectors remain on solid ground amid the late-quarter rebound in retail sales and durable goods orders, near-record low weekly unemployment claims, and

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