Libra - Big brother is credit you

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Facebook has announced that it will establish a new blockchain-based currency from 2020. This is called "Libra" and is intended to bring new freedom in payment transactions, especially where there is no good bank supply so far. We discuss what the new currency lacks to be successful.

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Nothing speaks for banks at the moment...

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Nothing speaks for banks at the moment...

...and there's a chance in that. The sentix sentiment sector for banks reached a value of -2.4 standard deviations in June, one of the lowest values measured by sentix since 2001. From the point of view of the contrary sentiment analysis, such a finding makes us sit up and take notice and in principle expect rising prices.

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sentix Survey results (24-2019)

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Bella Italia? Not for bonds.

The discussion about Italy's debt sustainability and the possible introduction of mini bots have led to a new all-time low in the strategic bias on Italian bonds. A new negative record has also been set relative to German bonds. Will this provide new food for the euro crisis? Already in 2017, a negative relative development in bias was a harbinger of a price weakness of BTPs in the summer.

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Investors rely on the central banks

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Investors rely on the central banks

Even if the bond markets appear technically exhausted in the short term, they are still strongly supported thematically.

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A punch below the belt

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As soon as the hopeful data of the sentix economic index had been published in May, the US president made a mistake in investors' calculations. At the latest since the US government prohibited US companies from doing business with the Chinese telecom supplier Huawei, it has become clear that a "cold" trade war is threatening to become a "hot" one. This development has pulled investors out of their upswing hopes and led to considerable setbacks in the sentix economic indices in all regions of the world. For the Euro zone, the overall index drops from 5.3 to -3.3 points.

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