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Expectations for global inflation continue to decrease as deflationary pressures mount. This suggests that the Fed will unlikely be challenged by suspected inflation over the 2% target, and the ECB has responded by slashing its 2019 f...
19.03.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
The Chinese economy continues to suffer under US tariffs and slower domestic demand, despite efforts by policy makers to provide economic stimulus. Factory output rose 5.3% annually but declined 0.4% from December. This is the weakest...
14.03.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
Last week provided investors with a thought provoking dilemma. The ECB extended forward guidance, cut forecasts and highlighted that risk were skewed to the downside. Adding to the dovish feeling of the meeting, ECB announced an addit...
11.03.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
While conventional agricultural raw materials such as soybeans or corns strongly rely upon the wellbeing of the future US – China relationship, salmon fishery appears less sensitive. The good 80% of salmon exports originate from Scand...
08.03.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
Low interest rates, decent global growth, stable monetary policy from Europe and America and expansionary policy from Japan and China are all good for equities. Yet there might be overcorrection. The USA economy has slowed, so has the...
07.03.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
Recent developments have shifted the US back into « goldilocks » conditions for stock prices. Historically, stocks rally in environments with: 1) weak inflation trend 2) low interest rates 3) stable monetary policy 4) solid economic g...
28.02.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
Driven by strong defense spending and production, the defense sector should remain solid in 2019. Rising demand should therefore prompt higher capital spending and accelerating cashflows, allowing shareholders to benefit from share re...
28.02.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
US-China trade discussions are making progress. Six memoranda of understanding are in draft that cover technology transfer and cyber theft, intellectual property rights, currency, agriculture and non-tariff barriers to trade. Expectat...
22.02.2019
By Peter Rosenstreich
Live Analysis
Economic conditions remain highly constructive for rare metals. Major central banks, not to mention the Fed, have changed course of their normalization cycle due to subdued economic growth while uncertainties surrounding geopolitics s...
21.02.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ
Live Analysis
Blockchain technologies remain highly attractive, although the lagging in prices of cryptocurrencies from last year weighs on the largest blockchain firms of the crypto industry, with Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple down -75%, -85% and -...
13.02.2019
By Vincent MIVELAZ

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