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All forecasts at a glance
As the year draws to a close, 2020’s big risks start to look less bad, allowing investors to meet 2021 with optimism. We believe low interest rates will remain key.
Given the current increase in Treasury yields, we think investors can probably log in the gap between German Bunds and euro-hedged U.S. Treasury yields for quite a while.
The U.S. elections and a Covid-19 vaccine breakthrough have provoked an upheaval in capital markets. Euphoria prevails, with foreseeable pitfalls.
By: Stefan Kreuzkamp
The stock-market rollercoaster could continue in November, depending on the evolution of Covid-19 and precisely what emerges from the hard-fought U.S. election.
President Trump’s decision for the U.S. to leave the Paris Climate Agreement has already led to growing efforts by various organizations to fight climate change.
Fiscal stimulus is likely to be more limited than under a Democratic landslide
By: David Bianco
Halloween's blue moon: Light in the night or just ominous?
By: Ulrike Kastens
Risks tilted to the downside, paving the way for more stimulus in December
Europe's Green Deal's renovation-wave strategy not only creates a potential opportunity to combat climate change, but also may present a way to boost the economic recovery.
Strong S&P 500 EPS results for the third quarter, probably the best for the year
Covid-19 infection rates are on the rise again. So, why have growth forecasts become more optimistic? Trends in service-sector sentiments suggest some answers
By: Christian Scherrmann