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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Rally is set to continue for Greek government bonds

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For the third time in a row the sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) falls and stands now at 15.4% after 17.2%. The development is routed in – especially institutional – investors’ perception about Greece. This signals further opportunities for Greek government bonds.

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Euro Break-up Index signals chances for Greek government bonds

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The sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) falls from 26.5% to 17.2% in August, its lowest reading since November last year. The development is driven by the fact that an increasing number of investors do not expect a “Grexit” anymore. This makes Greek government an opportunity.

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“Grescue” amplifies centrifugal forces in the core zone

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In July, the sentix Euro Break-up Index (EBI) falls from 48.4% to 26.5%, its lowest reading in six months. The reason for this is the rescue of Greece which lets the Hellenic index drop sharply. But against the general trend the EBI increase for Germany and Finland whose government bonds profit from the unresolved euro problems.

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Investors split on euro break-up, but clear on contagion

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In June, the sentix Euro Break-up Index rises from 41.2% to 48.4%. Investors are thus almost perfectly split into two halves regarding their expectations on countries exiting the euro. In turn, they are much clearer on contagion dangers of which they think that they are barely existing.

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Some calm before the showdown

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In May, the sentix Euro Break-up Index recedes from 49.0% to 41.2%. Investors obviously take – despite Greece’s still unclear future – comments of the Hellenic government seriously that the country wants to keep the common currency. And a default on its debt could still be an option while staying in the euro! At the same time, investors rate dangers of contagion emanating from a possible euro-exit of a country as fading.

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