New bull market in the U.S. - eurozone in technical recession
While a new bull market has started in the U.S., the eurozone is now officially in technical recession (two consecutive quarters of negative GDP). The latest data shows the continuing picture of a weakening economy with disinflationary tendencies. Equity
Recession risk hits stock market
Global economic growth is showing signs of weakness, with more and more indicators turning negative. “The entry into a classic recession seems predetermined”, says Carsten Gerlinger, Managing Director and Head of Asset Management at Moventum AM.
Financial Markets and Real Economy in Tension!
Germany is now in a winter recession, but the Dax has nevertheless reached a new all-time high. At the same time, U.S. tech stocks dominate the headlines thanks to the hype surrounding artificial intelligence. The market capitalization of US chip
The first glance at the performance of international stock markets is deceptive !
A look at the performance of the international stock markets in the first two weeks of May might give the impression that there was hardly any market-relevant information. In fact, however, the data calendar was packed: Both the U.S. and the eurozone saw
On the financial markets, only one thing is certain
The war in Ukraine has not caused an energy crisis in Europe. Inflation rates in the established industrialised nations are declining slowly but steadily. Germany’s predicted winter recession never materialised, while China’s growth engine is once more
Two weeks of low volatility in the markets
The past two weeks were characterized by remarkably low volatility on the markets. Although the reporting season led to temporarily larger swings at individual companies, with positive figures to report from some large technology companies in
How have the markets fared after a volatile March with various bank failures?
The first two trading weeks of the second quarter showed a further decline in volatility on the markets in the context of the Easter holidays. After a turbulent March with various bank failures, market participants are now waiting for the corporate
The inflation front is sending conflicting signals
The last two trading weeks of the first quarter continued to be dominated by the aftermath of the crisis at U.S. regional banks and the emergency merger of Credit Suisse and UBS. In the meantime, however, market participants seem to assume that these
Unconvincing deal between Credit Suisse and UBS
The buyout of failing Credit Suisse by competitor UBS is unconvincing and will not soothe markets for the time being. This is what Moventum’s Managing Director and Head of Asset Management Carsten Gerlinger anticipates. “In effect, a façade is being
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