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    Indicator in focus: Excitement mounts – investors await central bank meetings

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    Excitement mounts – investors await central bank meetings

    Uncertainty among investors regarding the Euro/US-Dollar exchange rate reaches highest level since 2013 according to the latest sentix Global Investor Survey. Extreme neutrality readings, especially before monetary policy meetings of ECB, Fed and the Bank of Japan, aggravate risks for significant exchange rate fluctuations.

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    Indicator in Focus: Investors’ confidence in equity markets plunges – a “bearish” signal

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    Investors’ confidence in equity markets plunges – a “bearish” signal

    Investors’ confidence in major equity markets suffered a blow recently as analysed in the latest sentix Global Investor Survey. The strategic optimism continues to fall to a 52 week low for German equities. Likewise, confidence in East Asian equity markets have been significantly hit.

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    sentix Euro Break-up Index December 2015

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    EBI: Exit discussions are in 2016 again on the agenda

    The risk of a breakup of the Eurozone had calmed down until the autumn, in parallel pulled the refugee crisis the full attention of the public in coming. But the “exit-issue” comes in 2016 again on the Agenda: The sentix Euro Break-up In-dex (EBI) rises to 14 points in December. This is the second increase in a row. The perception of investors is changing and more countries will be increasingly traded as an exit candidate.

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    sentix Euro Break-up Index November 2015

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    The “Fixit” lines up for the “Exit” ensemble

    The sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) increases slightly in November. Following months of significant easing, the latest survey shows that 11.7% of respondents consider a break-up of the Eurozone within the next six months as likely. The list of mentioned “exit” candidates reaches an alarming level. Prospects of a possible Finnish referendum brings a “Fixit” into play.

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    Indicator in Focus:“The bulls are on the loose again” – Optimism reaches alarming level

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    “The bulls are on the loose again” – Optimism reaches alarming level

    The latest investors’ sentiment towards German large cap stocks nearly reaches an all-time high. Since inception in 2001, the sentix Global Investor Survey has only shown comparable levels twice. The current sentiment level burdens not only stock markets in the near future, but also signals medium-term effects.

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    Indicator in Focus: Latest oil price slump weights heavy European energy stocks (November 2015

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    Latest oil price slump weights heavy European energy stocks

    The latest sentix Sector Sentiment for European energy stocks falls significantly in November. As result, sentiment among investors bounces back to its September lows. The latest oil price rout dampens expectations.

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    Indicator in Focus:EUR/USD – Investor sentiment at all-time low! (November 2015

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    EUR/USD – Investor sentiment at all-time low!


    The sentiment of investors towards the Euro falls to an all-time low. The sentix Global Investor Survey shows that the Euro currently faces stronger investors’ pessimism than during the height of the euro crisis. The US Dollar wins investors favour, though.

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    Indicator in Focus: Chinese Equities – Volatility ahead! (November 2015)

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    Chinese Equities– Volatility ahead!

    Investors’ uncertainty about the Chinese equity market index CSI300 mounts to a 52 weeks high. The sentix Global Investor Survey shows that investors react paralysed to recent Chinese macroeconomic environment.

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    sentix Euro Break-up Index October 2015

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    Eurozone continues to stabilise

    In October, the sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) continues to decline to 11.3%, marking the lowest reading for 2015. Despite facing a tough challenge due to Europe’s influx of migrants, the Eurozone’s stability is currently not being retested.

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    Indicator im Focus: USD/JPY – The Bank of Japan has to deliver (October 2015)

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    Indicator im Focus: USD/JPY – The Bank of Japan has to deliver (October 2015)

    Investors’ core expectations for the Japanese Yen continued falling - reaching a 52 weeks low, as patience with the Bank of Japan (BoJ) vanes. Should the Japanese phase off quantitative easing, pressure mounts on the USD/JPY.

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