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The BTP/Bund spread falls impressively
By: Björn Jesch
India's demographic advantages are well known. The government's capex offensive, expanding exports and the bond market’s opening are now also generating momentum for stock markets.
Donald Trump’s electoral performance in both 2016 and 2020 suggests that returning to the White House is likely to prove an uphill struggle.
In our view, German covered bonds offer an attractive yield pick-up over German government bonds
Our monthly market analysis and positioning
Amidst the excitement in markets about the strong growth performance of the U.S. economy, some nuance seems in order.
Should investors in U.S. government bonds be worried about what a Trump election win would mean for their asset class? We see good reasons to expect yields to rise.
Geopolitical risk adds yet another layer of complexity to understanding commodity prices. In terms of forecast accuracy, though, it’s all about the vol.
By: Christian Scherrmann
Next stop lower rates? Not so fast, hopefully!
By: David Bianco
Equity wealth and inflation: What would Milton Friedman say?
Recent shocks show that the Euro area is a very heterogenous collection of still largely national economies. Progress is underway, but inflation has not been defeated yet.
Our monthly presentation showing our current CIO View positioning as well as risk and duration view from a multi-asset perspective.
Drivers for German growth are likely to remain scarce in 2024. The notoriously stingy German consumer might help out.