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  • Calendar event / 25 minutes ago

    US Consumer Confidence Index

    forecast
    actual
    Med Consumer Confidence Index
    97.5
    101.4
    Med Expectation Index
    94.6
    Med Present Situation Index
    111.6
  • Article / 40 minutes ago

    History on repeat in Swedish equities?

    History on repeat in Swedish equities?
    The current market situation has similarities as to what occurred back in 2011, a situation that, given the circumstances, probably shouldn't be ignored. Let*s also have a look at the consolidating USDSEK which surprisingly ended on a weak note yesterday despite market turmoil. In addition on my agenda today are H&M and Kinnevik.
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  • Article / 55 minutes ago

    US indices breaking bad

    Technical Analyst / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US indices breaking bad
    A few weeks ago it appeared as if the major US indices were breaking bearish, but they managed to turn things around. The rally, however, was short-lived and none made new highs. Now the bears have returned.
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  • Calendar event / 1 hour ago
    Med 10-city Index, M/M
    +1%
    Med 10-city Index, Y/Y
    +4.6%
    Med 20-city Index, M/M
    +1.1%
    Med 20-city Index, Y/Y
    +5.6%
    +4.9%
    Med National M/M
    +1.1%
    Med National Y/Y
    +4.2%
  • Article / 1 hour ago

    Investment Outlook: Towards new highs in global equities

    CIO / Saxo Private Bank
    Denmark
    Investment Outlook: Towards new highs in global equities
    The second quarter has seen volatile financial markets, and a significant correction especially in European stock markets. Nevertheless, it has been advantageous to maintain an overweight of equities relative to bonds, as the largest movement in the previous months have occurred in the bond markets.

    On both sides of the Atlantic investors have downplayed fears of deflation, which seems both justified and logical, but the price has been higher interest rates in the last few months. Real interest rates still have to rise further, but the increase will be checked by dovish central banks.

    I expect the equity markets to break at higher levels in the third quarter and that on both sides of the Atlantic will rise to new record highs.
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