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Mediterranean tensions

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The fragile condition of the Eurozone has not improved in comparison to previous months. The September results draw a gloomy picture. The sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) for the Eurozone rises to 16.3 points, while in the meantime contagion risks have slightly fallen. Especially the situation of the Portuguese and Greek economy continues to cause worries with investors.

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sentix ASR Essentials 38-2016

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Investors upbeat on Equities; but uncertain on Oil

The latest sentix survey revealed a sharp pick-up in near-term optimism on equities, alongside a continued positive view on the outlook for global equities from a medium-term strategic perspective. In the case of the eurozone, this comes at a time when survey readings based on participants’ medium-term strategic bias on Bunds are becoming more negative. In short, those investors polled favour eurozone equities in absolute terms and versus bonds in the medium-term. In commodities, while sentiment on Oil is relatively neutral, the survey points to heightened near-term uncertainty on Crude ahead of this week’s OPEC meeting. This suggests increased volatility is possible as news filters out of the meeting in Algiers. See charts 2-4, page 2).

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Confidence in German equities at annual high

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Confidence in German equities jumps to the highest value since a year ago. As professional investors continue to revise their expectations up, their sentiment remains dulled. Historically, the current indicator setup is a bullish sign for a positive development of the DAX stock index over the next weeks.

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sentix Investmentmeinung 37-2016

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„Nothing to fear but fear itself“

Die aktuelle Lage an den Aktienmärkten wird mit dem Zitat von Franklin D. Roosevelt, welches die Überschrift unserer heutigen Ausgabe der Investmentmeinung schmückt, ganz gut umschrieben. Sorgen, Krisenherde und Fragezeichen gibt es allenthalben genug. Doch die Entwicklung im Datenkranz zeigt, dass zwar die Stimmung gedämpft, dass Grundvertrauen aber geradezu unerschütterlich ist. Nach dem „dreifachen Hexensabbat“ (Options- und Futures-Verfall letzten Freitag) richtet sich der Blick nun auf das vierte Quartal.

Geänderte Einschätzungen: S&P 500, Bunds, Gold

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sentix ASR Essentials 37-2016

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Commodity caution yet to curb EM Equity optimism

While investors are becoming more pessimistic on the near-term outlook for equity markets, they remain upbeat on equities from a medium-term strategic perspective. On the emerging markets front, investors’ faith in the medium-term prospects for Chinese equities remains undiminished. This chimes with continued optimism on emerging market (EM) equities as an asset class. However, the latest monthly questions on asset classes also point to a weakening in sentiment towards commodities. A continued set-back in commodity sentiment would be a concern for EM equities given that sentiment on both asset classes remains closely linked (Charts 2-4, p2).

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