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Earlier this year, in our Global Investment Outlook, we expressed concerns on the investment landscape for the next decade, and highlighted the keys to successfully navigate it. We emphasised one in particular: the ability to quickly add or reduce risk, when volatility generates opportunity.
This year's Outlook not only presents our views for 2019, but also for the next decade. Watch the CIO's views on 2019, the next decade and more importantly, the 3 keys to safely navigate it via: a robust portfolio construction, the ability to adjust quickly, and more than ever, selectivity.
PM Modi to regain power with his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party poised for a comfortable majority
It remains a tale of two cities on what the Fed communicates through their macroassessment versus what the market anticipates and prices-in.
As elections are approaching, markets should become more agnostic to the outcome
As elections are approaching, markets should become more agnostic to the outcome
Bonds play a critical role in portfolios, even as interest rates rise and fears of inflation and an equity market downturn have intensified.
Prime Minister Theresa May convinces her Cabinet to agree the final technical terms, but suffers Cabinet resignations and widespread criticism
Video Gaming is a multi-billion industry that is growing exponentially.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is the political and economic alliance of six Middle Eastern countries.
Strong economic growth appears sustainable
The first half of 2018 witnessed the return of volatility and hasn’t rewarded investors with great returns so far.
Inclusion in the MSCI EM Index should be well received by investors
Following a weak Q1 risk assets rebounded in the month of April, supported by robust corporate earnings in the US and in Europe, fading trade war threats and stabilizing business sentiment.
Global debt currently stands at just over USD 233tn “Debt is a form of wealth” – surge in debt should translate into global growth
The S&P500 is 8.1% down peak-to-trough and -0.9% YTD. Yesterday, the Index fell -4.1% and is now trading below its 50-day moving average.
Last week was the third consecutive with negative performance for risky assets
Fed chair Powell fails to live up to market expectations of a long easing cycle
Last week saw some moderate profit taking in DM Equities, but also an all-time high on the S&P500
2019 is an exceptional year for investors so far, with record performances
Last week’s set of monthly US economic data were good enough to question a rate cut in July
H1-2019 provided investors with very positive returns for every single asset-class
Geopolitical risks are weighing on business sentiment, questioning growth prospects
Last week's economic data confirmed downside risks to global growth
Last week has been all about the re-escalation of the trade conflict between US and China
Last night on Twitter, Mr Trump announced an increase on tariffs on imports from China
Positive economic news over the week, supporting the case for improving global growth
IMF Managing Director calls bottom of global economy either now or soon
The US Fed explicitly guided for no more rate hike in 2019, triggering a rally
All asset classes were higher last week, as economic data pointed to some stabilization
ECB and China were cautious on macro outlook, job creations in the US were soft in February
Fed chairman testified, US/North-Korea held summit, US GDP was released…
Another positive week across asset classes and geographies, lifting indices closer to our year-end fair values
The 2019 rally was extended last week by a dovish Federal Reserve in particular
Another positive week across major asset classes, with a patient Fed and US shutdown ending
2019 shows a very good start for risky assets, despite many issues still unresolved
After a brilliant 2017, 2018 was a year of no returns, and of considerable volatility
Another negative week across the board, with a stronger US Dollar and weaker oil
Another negative week for DM risky assets across the board, however better for EM equities
US Congress is divided with Democrats winning the House, Republicans retaining the Senate
Equity markets sharply corrected last week, dominated by the fear that earnings might be peaking
A slightly negative week, concluding an overall positive quarter
We are increasing our allocation to Emerging Market Equities
Fixed Income Desk Updates
Asian indices posted gains across the board taking cues from the relief rally from Friday.
The gyration on financial markets continue this morning as investors de-risk and sought safe-haven assets.
This week has been dubbed as the most important week for the markets.
This week we have central banks on the podium, and US trade representatives meeting with their Chinese counterparts in Shanghai.
It is all about headlines that are fuelling the ongoing rally across the bond markets.
Emirates NBD’s results for the first half of 2019 have been announced to the public this morning
There seems to be lot of hope that global central bankers would be instrumental in navigating financial asset prices by means of stimulus and rate cuts.
Markets buoyed their appetite for risk assets post better than expected retail sales and industrial production figures out of China.
Markets are anxiously waiting for Powel’s testimony to Congress in order to gauge the possibility for a policy response at the next FOMC.
The markets were caught in a tussle between dovish news related to central bank appointments, monetary policy responses while profit booking and disappointing economic data weighted on the market sentiments.
Asian markets on a mixed tone as investors await an eventful week with key macro-economic data releases and policy announcements.
A weaker overnight session followed by a mixed trading session in Asia this morning across the board ahead of FED's MPC.
A modest overnight trading session in the US with indices broadly posting gains while European indices painting a mixed picture as the market waits for the UK to make its next Brexit move.
Asian markets on a firm footing this week as investor expectations that the FED's policy action would remain muted and dovish.
A mixed opening on risk assets this morning in Asia with China and Japan leading gains on the board.
Asian indices on a mixed footing as investors wait for further clarity on FED's policy actions and balance sheet reduction.
Asian risk assets opened mixed ahead of an eventful week.
The Middle Eastern region successfully raised over $12bn of new debt.
Asian risk assets on a stronger footing across the board while safe-haven assets have underperformed.
Dovish remarks from Fed Chairman, liquidity injection by PBOC are two perfect ingredients for a sentiment boost for the start of the year.
The highly anticipated 80-minute speech by President Xi's have brought in disappointment to many investors globally as no mention on reform roadmap initiatives were brought to light
The big picture for every investor harbingers on inflation. If you get inflation right, the job becomes easy to interpret on the direction for rates, bond yields and across the various asset classes.
Now that the US yield curve has inverted, what's next? Let me elaborate; The shorter end of the curve has inverted, but we still have other observational parts of the yield curve to determine the health of the economic cycle.
The rift between RBI and the Government from October to yesterday's surprise resignation is worrisome.
An eventful week for global financial markets driven by several macrofundamental data and strong technical plays dominated investor sentiment and positioning.
Don't say we didn't tell you, yesterday's carnage on risk assets are likely to weigh on valuations in the coming days as the various narratives by policymakers on monetary policy setting and looming concerns on trade wars takes center stage.
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