sentix Euro Break-up Index News

On this page we provide information about the latest development of the sentix Euro break-up Index. This indicator shows over time, how likely individual and institutional investors rate the probabilty of a breakup of the euro area (leaving at least one country) within 12 months time. Also it reflects which countries are particularly affected.

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Familiar players back on stage

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The sentix Euro-Break-up Index (EBI) raises three points to now 19.9% in February. The latest rise marks the fourth straight increase in a row after being propelled by Greece’s return to the stage of the euro-drama.

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Uncertainty returns

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Investors increasingly worried about the shape of the Eurozone: The sentix Euro-Break-up Index (EBI) continues to raise 2.9 points reaching 16.9 in January. Climbing the third straight month. Besides the issues facing the periphery economies, lack of reforms and political stalemate increasingly worry investors.

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Exit discussions are in 2016 again on the agenda

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

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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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Eurozone continues to stabilise

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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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