Many Risks and a silent Winner
For some time now, the economy has been sending warning signals to stock investors. Europe is increasingly sliding towards a recession. The German economy, in particular, faces significant risks. In contrast, the growth in the USA has remained strong,
Economic Downturns and Interest Rate Peaks
The economy is showing increasing signs of weakness. Some countries are already in a technical recession, and others will follow. The Purchasing Managers’ Index not only reflects the poor sentiment in the manufacturing sector but is also trending
Stock surge defies economic clouds on the horizon
In line with the motto "Bad news is good news," global stock markets developed positively over the past two weeks. In particular, a weaker than expected US labor market report with a significant jump in the unemployment rate to 3.8 percent showed that
ELTIFs are underestimated – yet
European Long-Term Investment Funds, ELTIFs, have been around since 2015. But they have not achieved widespread significance. “Until now”, says Michael Patzelt, Head of Sales for the DACH region at Moventum.
Boundless financial solutions for professional globetrotters
Expatriates are often envied: they live and work abroad, often in vibrant metropolises, they change their places of assignment, find new tasks, new colleagues, friends and experiences.
Ongoing problems in the Chinese real estate market are weakening global stock markets
Based on the ongoing problems in the Chinese real estate market, global stock markets trended weaker in the last two weeks. Additional pressure was exerted by rising bond yields, where rising oil prices sparked renewed inflation fears among
Rising risks with individual bonds
In view of rising interest rates, interest-bearing securities seem attractive again. At the same time, the danger of recession has not been banished and the risk of investments in individual bonds is increasing.
Bank of Japan surprises financial markets with 3.2% inflation
Despite globally weakening economic data, the Fed & ECB raised key interest rates by 25 bp as expected and emphasized the data dependency of upcoming interest rate decisions. Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan surprised financial markets with an inflation rate
US inflation data creates positive sentiment in equity and bond markets
A broad-based easing of price pressure raised hopes among market participants that the record interest rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve will come to an end sooner than expected and that interest rates could even be lowered again in the near
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