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Market Commentary | 04.01.2023
In the first issue of our Market Commentary for 2023, Philip Bold delves into the question of when the much-talked-of recession will finally arrive. In doing so, he takes a closer look at consumption, which held up incredibly well in 2022 but is gradually starting to falter. The equity market, at any rate, seems to be expecting only a mild recession.
Market Commentary | 05.12.2022
Every quarter, we update you on ETHENEA’s in-house macro-economic view. In this issue, our investment strategist Andrea Siviero analyses the trend in global inflation and the status quo; how the situation differs region to region and why the central banks are facing a tricky balancing act.
Market Commentary | 03.11.2022
All trace of the last year’s euphoria has gone from equity markets. Have we reached the point of capitulation that often comes with a bottoming out of the equity markets and promises attractive price gains going forward? Christian Schmitt assesses the current situation and tells us what direction investor sentiment could go in the coming months.
Market Commentary | 04.10.2022
Once per quarter we give you an update on ETHENEA's macroeconomic house view. This time, Dr. Andrea Siviero explains the factors that make a recession increasingly likely.
Market Commentary | 07.09.2022
Investors have countless resources to draw from when making investment decisions. We often need the benefit of hindsight to know whether or not it’s worth heeding stock-market proverbs. One thing is for certain, which is that, in reality, a whole array of factors play a role. Things constantly have to be weighed up, we have to proceed tactically and, if need be, corrections made. And we need to be able to hold firm to offer the investor added value in the end. In our latest Market Commentary, Michael Blümke gives readers a look behind the scenes of active portfolio management.
Market Commentary | 03.08.2022
After several consecutive months of record high inflation levels, the ECB finally acted – or rather reacted – in July, raising interest rates for the first time in more than ten years. In our latest Market Commentary, Dr Andrea Siviero assesses this move and considers its effects and consequences.
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