In this newsroom you will find all relevant reports on the financial markets and financial advisor topics.
Luxembourg, 28 January 2021 – For us at Moventum, data protection is not just an empty phrase. We take the protection of personal data very seriously indeed, for our clients as well as for our employees, partners and everyone else – and, of course, we do
Luxembourg, 26 January 2021 – Whether 2021 will be a good year on the stock market depends above all on how the pandemic progresses. “Chances are that we will find ourselves in a sustainable and synchronous economic boom”, said Carsten Gerlinger, Vice Pre
Luxembourg, 12 January 2021 – Investment grade government bonds continue to be a suitable tool to protect against periods of stress on the markets. “As a yield driver, however, they will not be the prime choice in 2021 either”, said Carsten Gerlinger, Vic
Luxembourg, 04 January 2021 – With every new lockdown, more and more work is performed from home offices. “This situation is changing the daily lives of advisors and clients alike, but it also opens up new opportunities”, remarked Sabine Said, Executive V
Luxembourg, 18 December 2020 – The second (or third) wave of the pandemic may keep weighing on equity markets worldwide in the coming quarter. The looming prospect of an end to the pandemic due to the availability of vaccines, however, will lead to long-t
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
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