Articoli con tag : markets

Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble

di Gianluigi Raimondi

A cura di Walter Snyder, Swiss Financial Consulting The global economy is exposed to various bubbles that the Fed has been responsible for. The real estate market has returned to the bubbly state of 2007 as house prices have more than recovered. The stock market bubble is making thousands of share h ...

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This Time There Are Differences

di Finanza Operativa

A cura di Walter Snyder, Swiss Financial Consulting The S&P has topped January highs. Investors who bought into the dip have done well. Now that the present recovery is the longest on record and the Fed is still set on raising interest rates, many observers reckon that the market could go even h ...

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Reality Check

di Finanza Operativa

A cura di Walter Snyder, Swiss Financial Consulting The Fed seems not to understand why there is so little inflation with the economy doing so well that a rate rise in December is probable and two or three more increases in 2018 are possible. There are various pundits that claim the US is doing well ...

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Fondi obbligazionari mercati emergenti: i migliori gestori per Citywire

di Finanza Operativa

Ecco la nuova classifica di CityWire sui fondi obbligazionari che investono sui mercati emergenti (Bonds- Emerging Markets Global Local Currency). Nel dettaglio, nella graduatoria dei gestori di questi comparti autorizzati in Italia, sul primo gradino del podio si piazza Paul Nash con il suo Pio ...

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Global markets: sell-off intensifies on recession fears

di Finanza Operativa

di Christophe Bernard, Chief Strategist di Vontobel It is quite clear that the initiatives taken by the Bank of Japan (negative deposit rates) and the European Central Bank (“pre-announcement” of further monetary easing in March) have failed to calm market fears. On the contrary, the protracted ...

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Deflation and debt

di Finanza Operativa

di Walter Snyder, Swiss Financial Consulting There seems to be an agreement that central banks should aim to have an annual inflation rate of 2%. In the USA and Europe as well as Japan the inflation rate has stubbornly remained under this level. With the fall in commodity prices, especially that of ...

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