sentix Survey results (28-2019)

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GBP in focus

The United Kingdom is still struggling to find the right course on the Brexit issue. The answer will come from a new prime minister. The fact that economic data in the UK have developed comparatively positively has remained largely unnoticed in recent weeks. The country has so far coped surprisingly well with the Brexit uncertainty. Now there are signs of a rethink among investors. The British pound could benefit from this!

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The shares are divided from the economy

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The hopes for a rapid rebound of the economy have died at the latest with the July data of the sentix economic index.

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No relaxation - Trump has overdrawn

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After the supposed de-escalation signals between the USA and China at the G20 summit in Japan, there was great hope that the downward trend in the economy could be stopped. This makes the vote of investors in response to this news all the more impressive. Despite the easing in the equity market, investors are no longer being lured out of the reserve and are once again lowering their thumbs for economic development. The longer no solution to the customs dispute is found, the more economic confidence suffers. For Germany, the overall index is even falling to a 10-year low.

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sentix Survey results (27-2019)

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Bond overconfidence risk on the rise, focus on Italy

The focus is on Italian bonds. Sentiment is positive for the first time since recording began. The all-time high makes you prick up your ears! At the same time, medium-term confidence is clearly eroding (bias -8 percentage points, not shown), so the overall vote is negative: The balance of both indicators, which is reflected in the time difference index, reaches a 26-week high of +28 points. BTP have to release hot air and are forced into consolidation.

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Italy annoys investors

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Uncertainty about the stability of the euro zone is on the rise again. This is entirely due to Italy and the Italian gov-ernment's policy not to adhere to the EU Commission's budget targets. The Italian sub-index rose to 8.2% from 6.2%, the highest level since November 2018.

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