<h1 class="entry-title">Category: Weekly Analysis</h1>
24 Sep

SWISS GDP GROWTH IS ON TRACK TO REACH +3.5% IN 2021 AND +3% IN 2022

The Swiss economy is in top form. Growth figures leading to trend reversal in bond markets. The SNB is still not afraid of inflation. Significant correction underway in equity markets. Key Points Swiss GDP grows +1.8% in Q2 2021 and 7.7% year-on-year Strong comeback of domestic demand Leading indicators support a solid growth outlook Manufacturing […]

17 May

Inflation at its highest since 2008 may well cause a shock to equity markets

Equity markets are threatened by rising interest rates following the historic rebound in inflation. Trend change in the “Growth” vs “Value” match. Complicated outlook for US equities. European equities are already approaching their 2021 targets. Key Points Rising US inflation and long rates threaten equity markets Trend change in the “Growth” vs “Value” match Complicated […]

06 May

Prospects and Strategies – International Real Estate

International real estate goes toe to toe with equities. Vaccination campaigns offer new perspectives. Economic stimulus packages also benefit real estate. Key Points International real estate goes toe to toe with equities Vaccination campaigns offer new perspectives The long-term effects of the pandemic on international real estate markets should be kept in perspective Economic stimulus […]

29 Apr

Prospects and Strategies – International Bonds

Long-term interest rates will gradually rise across the board. Renewed attractiveness of dollar bonds. Investment strategy focused on USD, CAD, and AUD markets. Key Points Long-term interest rates will gradually rise across the board Renewed attractiveness of dollar bonds New upward trend in interest rates temporarily curbed by ECB action Trend reversal in interest rate […]

22 Apr

Are we heading for a new positive commodities super cycle?

An incredible 2020 for commodities. Focus on the last two super cycles for commodities. Rapid inventory reduction. Four main factors supporting increased demand. Key Points An incredible 2020 for commodities Focus on the last two commodities super cycles Are we heading for a new positive commodities super cycle? Rapid inventory reduction Four main factors supporting […]

17 Mar

Did the UK see the worst of it in January ?

UK GDP contracted by -2.9% in January. Exports to the EU plunged by -40.7%. Economic recovery postponed to Q2. Rising long-term interest rates and the prospect of an end to the lockdown support the pound. Key Points  UK GDP shrinks by -2.9% in January Historic fall in British exports Border controls and breach of protocol […]

08 Mar

Japan well positioned to benefit from the recovery in world trade in 2021

Recovery will only get under way in Q2. High potential for recovery of Japanese exports. Consumption may strengthen significantly. Weakness of the yen is the only option. Upward revision of corporate profits. Key Points  Double-digit growth in Q4 points to positive momentum for 2021 Increase in consumption and exports Better outlook for Q2 Leading indicators […]

28 Feb

Swiss GDP growth could reach +3.2% in 2021

Switzerland is emerging from the crisis in a position of strength. GDP is already benefiting from Asia’s recovery. Swiss franc depreciation is gaining momentum. SNB to post extraordinary profits in 2021. The bond market is gone. Caution on equities. Key Points  Swiss GDP growth of +0.3% in Q4 2020 is higher than expected Domestic demand […]

08 Feb

Securitised real estate will benefit from the exceptional convergence of business cycles in 2021

Economic stimulus plans also favourable to real estate. The health crisis will not have a profound effect on yields. Real estate remains an effective hedge against a resumption of inflation. Time to invest Key Points Volatility in January did not spare international securitised real estate Alignment of regional and national economic cycles favourable to real […]

26 Jan

A bearish start to the year for the capital markets

A Probable rebound for the long-term rates in 2021. Increase in the relative attractiveness of the U.S. market. Inflationary risks underestimated. Beware of risk premiums and durations. Key Points A bearish beginning of the year for the interestrate markets under the influence of the USTreasury Unanticipated but probable rebound inlong-term rates in 2021 The rise […]