The Brexit is increasingly becoming a burden

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Since the beginning of the year, investors have perceived political issues as clearly weighing on the stock markets. So far, geopolitical issues and US President Trump have been the main influences. Despite the Turkish crisis, the sentix policy barometer has not deteriorated in this respect. But another topic is moving ever stronger - and negative! - into focus.

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End of the holiday period

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With the end of the holiday season in Central Europe, investors are also rethinking their minds. Medium-term ex-pectations for shares in the travel and leisure sector are falling significantly. This creates a sales readiness that speaks for an upcoming relative weakness of the sector.

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Party without atmosphere

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We observe a very rare phenomenon at sentix: the US stock markets are going up, the Nasdaq is climbing from one all-time high to the next - only the enthusiasm of investors is missing. The reasons are "fundamental".

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Automobiles and banks - two unloved sectors

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In recent weeks, two sectors in particular have made negative headlines: the automobiles industry and the banking sector. In both cases, these are coming from home-grown problems of individual companies as well as from a specific political component. Both together has strongly depressed investor sentiment in the sectors, resulting in an interesting constellation for contrary investors.

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Sentiment comeback of the US dollar

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The US dollar has made a respectable comeback in the last four weeks. Against the euro, the greenback appreciated by around 6 cents and also strengthened against the Japanese yen. This has significantly changed the mood, as measured by the sentix sentiment. In the short term, investors are not as bullish for the dollar as they have been since the end of 2016.

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