Luxembourg, 7 December 2020 – In view of the likely imminent no-deal Brexit, many British expats are already having their bank accounts cut off. Several companies and institutions are assisting their employees in solving this problem by using internationa
Luxemburg, 03 December 2020 – Some 30 per cent of advisors have managed to increase their revenues during the pandemic crisis while revenues remained steady for another 50 per cent, with only one fifth reporting declines. This is the result of an advisor
Luxembourg, 16 November 2020 – The aftermath of the US election that we are currently witnessing shows us how different views on facts and figures can actually be. But even without insinuating bad faith, facts are often interpreted very differently. This
Luxembourg, 30 October 2020 – The outcome of the US elections will affect stock markets. Perhaps only in the short term, but probably with a medium-term impact. “Many portfolio managers around the world have significantly overweighted the US”, said Michae
Luxembourg, 25 September 2020 – The global economy is on the road to recovery, although with large variations by region and sector. China is leading the recovery, Europe is following, the US is lagging and in some emerging markets the first major pandemic
Luxembourg, 07 July 2020 – The MSCI World Index has gained some 270 per cent since 1994. The Dax has seen gains of about 480 per cent in the same period. Sound profits for all those who invested at the time and simply let the markets run their course. Thi
Luxembourg, 29 May 2020 – The pandemic forced many financial advisors to work exclusively from their home offices as visits to customers in general were impossible. It turned out that work by way of alternative communication channels was not only function
Luxembourg, 13 May 2020 – April 2020 will go down in history as one of the best stock market months – despite the pandemic, job losses and low oil prices. After the lockdown collapse, the markets have recovered impressively quickly.
Luxembourg, 24 April 2020 – Investors have certainly learned a lot: The 2008 financial crisis was still characterised by hectic trading and the sale of all assets – irrespective of price – leading to private investors in particular suffering heavy losses.