January 13, 2020

Market Compass
January 2020

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Market Compass
January 2020
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  • Easing global policy concerns (Brexit, US-China tensions) coincide with bottoming trade and manufacturing data, but new tension in the Middle East are likely to dampen the sentiment.

  • Some good news are already discounted by financial markets, but the positive risk/moderate inflation environment will favor risk sentiment in 2020, barring an escalation in political tensions.

  • We still expect the Federal Reserve (Fed) to cut rates in H1. The European Central Bank (ECB) will keep its accomodative stance.

  • Improved macro fundamentals justify an increase in the overweight in Credit and Equities, financed by an higher underweight in Sovereign bonds and Cash.

MARKET COMPASS
JANUARY 2020

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