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Strategic primarily long/stock-picking driven

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  • Squawk / 26 January 2015 at 15:08 GMT
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    Denmark
    Der er e der er modig! (Mattel Inc) eller tror du på helt ny trend også langtidssigtet?
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    4y
    Lappa Lappa
    :-) Det var kun et lille køb. Vi må se - men så vidt jeg ved så har piger altid leget med Barbie og kursen var banket...
    4y
    SS.Daniel SS.Daniel
    Jaa, men det var ikke det bedste entry :-)
  • Squawk / 20 January 2015 at 12:02 GMT
    CIO / Saxo Private Bank
    Denmark
    The German ZEW survey rose for the third consecutive month in January, lending support to my expectation for a turn higher in the European industrial business cycle.

    At the same time the ECB published its Lending Survey for Q1, which showed a significant increase in the demand for credit from both industry and households. The implication is that the credit channel is once again working, allowing monetary policy to finally impact positively on the economic situation.

    The combination, short-term business cycle + credit, suggests that European economic growth could surprise on the upside in 2015, particularly if combined with QE from the ECB. This suggests that European equities could well rise by 20-25% this year.
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    Lappa Lappa
    Agree. With the low fuel price/ inflation and interest rate there is room for a fantastic spring
  • Squawk / 07 January 2015 at 9:05 GMT
    German unemployment rate reaches all-time low in December:

    Unemployment in the euro area's largest economy ticked down by 27,000 in December, much more than the drop of 5,000 expected by analysts, and also an improvement on November's unemployment change of -16,000 (revised from -14,000). Despite the uncertainty in Europe, German's unemployment has declined by 66,000 in the fourth quarter, better than that seen in Q1 to Q3, and implies a full-year change un unemployment of -111,000.

    The unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point to 6.5%, an all-time low. Analysts had looked for an unchanged rate of 6.6%.

    I expect the euro area to grow modestly in 2015 (1% to 1.5%) driven mainly by Spain (2%) and Germany (1.5%). Consensus currently expects German growth to hit 1.2% this year.
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    thewickedwiz thewickedwiz
    Well I can see the CEOs will have great time...but go check Madrid where a majority make less than 1000 Euros a month ..if they have...
    4y
    fxtime fxtime
    Italy is like the ECB...it makes all the noises you expect for change but when it comes to the crunch they are the same as the Greeks...
    4y
    thewickedwiz thewickedwiz
    When the Euro gets to par and then wants to go to 80 cents, we will hear all the politicians talking about breakdown.In the end someone will...
  • Squawk / 14 November 2014 at 7:04 GMT
    Germany returns to growth in Q3:

    The euro area's largest economy bounced back last quarter with growth of 0.1% q/q as expected while Q2 was revised to -0.1% from -0.2%. This implies a year-on-year growth rate of 1.2% vs. 1.1% expected and 1.2% prior.

    The statistics office does not release details with its preliminary GDP figure, but noted that private consumption and foreign trade added to growth while investment subtracted. Construction also declined in Q3.
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    Mads Koefoed Mads Koefoed
    A full breakdown of the components will be included in the final Q3 report to be released on November 25.
    4y
    Lappa Lappa
    Yes!! We can go on weekend with some positive numbers for the Euro area.
  • 4y
    Lappa Lappa
    Hi, The leading indikators is increasing for US, however when you look at the chart, is looks like it is declining.
    4y
    Mads Koefoed Mads Koefoed
    Page 1 shows the OECD's leading indicators where the US is indeed declining slightly. Page 2 shows the Conference Board's index of ten leading indicators for the...
  • 5y
    Lappa Lappa
    To stay :-)
    5y
    jmmn jmmn
    Thanks, Lappa. My email is josemanuelmerino@hotmail.es Can you please send me your address so I will be able to ask you something? Thanks in advance.
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