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sentix Survey results (11-2020)

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"Bias Rise" as a Hope

Sentiment for equities had recently fallen sharply. This week we are measuring a slight increase in sentiment for US equities of 8 percentage points, even though the absolute value of -34 percentage points still remains in bearish territory. Surprisingly, investors are showing confidence as they look to the medium term. There are some signs of easing - at least in the short term.

Further topics:

  • Precious metals: Selling pressure increases
  • Bonds: No value – Part 2
  • sentix Sector sentiment

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Welcome to Absurdistan

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Anyone who thought that the bond markets had already experienced their greatest possible exaggeration in the summer of 2019 has recently been proven wrong in the wake of the Corona crisis. We would not have thought that the yield on 10-year Bunds could once again reach a new all-time low. For US bonds we were somewhat more opti-mistic (and therefore had a long position in our fund here), but a fall in interest rates from 1.5% to 0.5% within a month was beyond our imagination.

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Global recession

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The new corona virus, which is now spreading significantly across the globe and requires consistent measures to contain it, is plunging the global economy into recession. The global economic overall index falls from +8.1 to -12 points. Never before has such a strong synchronized collapse of the global economy been measurable in our data. This puts the current slump in an inglorious chain: Lehman (2008), Fukushima (2011) and the oil credit crisis (2016).

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Largely unaffected by the virus

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The events surrounding the spread of the new corona virus are keeping people around the world and in Europe in suspense. The new outbreak in Italy poses major challenges for the economy and the government there. For investors, however, this is not yet the start of a new round of euro uncertainty.

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World economy in the grip of the virus

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While at the beginning of the year there was still a clear upswing scenario for the global economy, the outbreak of the corona virus in China has changed the situation significantly. The drastic measures taken by the Chinese government for the Hubei region show the danger to the global economy if the outbreak cannot be limited re-gionally. So far, however, the effects on the economy have been relatively limited from the point of view of the investors surveyed by sentix, even if they are significant for China. The strength of the USA is helping the global economy.

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