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    sentix Euro Break-up Index May 2015

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    Some calm before the showdown

    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 serious 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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    Indicator in focus: sentiment impulse for gold

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    Sentiment impulse for gold!

    As the latest sentix Global Investor Survey shows sentiment is clearly brightening for gold. At the same time, investors’ basic conviction for the yellow metal increases. Consequently, the improvement in sentiment is a kick-start signal for the market. This, in turn, points to rising gold prices in the coming months.

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    Indicator in focus: Strategic Bias EUR-USD

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    Euro with a Greek breather

    Investors’ basic confidence in the euro erodes. This is signaled by a falling sentix Strategic Bias for the EUR-USD currency pair. Consequently, a period of US-dollar strength is set to lie ahead. But longer term the common currency should be on the rise again.

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    Indicator in focus: Time Differential Index, German equities

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    Buying signal for German stocks

    Sentiment for German equities has deteriorated markedly. Currently it is as low as it last was at the beginning of October 2014. But investors’ basic conviction for the asset class increases and now stands close to its record high. As a result, the sentix Time Differential Index sends a clear buying signal!

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    Indicator in Focus: bond market preferences

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    Bond investors forced into ultra-long maturities

    As yields approach the zero line for 10-year bunds investors are looking for ever longer maturities. This is the bottom-line from last weekend’s sentix survey on investors’ duration preferences. Their bias for German government bonds with a maturity of more than ten years is currently as strong as never before.

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    sentix Euro Break-up Index April 2015

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    Draghi put to the test: one out of two investors expects a “Grexit”

    In April, the sentix Euro Break-up Index jumps to 49.0% from a previous 36.8%. Thus, European politicians’ promises to pursue the scenario of Greece keeping the euro are not taken at face value by about the half of all investors. In 2012 Mario Draghi calmed down investors with his ultimate commitment to the euro. But is his pledge still valid for Greece today?

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    Indicator in focus: sentiment for German equities

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    A hangover after the party – sentiment collapses

    Sentiment for German equities has cooled down dramatically after the party the week before. Such a negative impulse is often followed by falling prices. But there is important reasons why a correction should not occur this time.

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    Indicator in focus: overconfidence index, German stocks

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    “Overconfidence Index” signals danger for German stocks from the back

    The sentix data display a rare peculiarity this week: the sentix Overconfidence Index for German technology stocks has climbed to a record high. It now signals an extreme trend perception among investors which may lead to complacency and overconfidence. In the past, such high readings were pointing to problems lying ahead.

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    Indicator in focus: inflation expectations

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    The comeback of inflation? sentix index signals a trend reversal!

    The latest sentix indices show a very remarkable development: because of the ECB’s aggressive monetary policy investors expect any increase in yields to be prevented. The same investors also think that inflation will pick up soon. Obvi-ously they ignore the consequences of a return of inflation for the bond markets. This is a risk.

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    Indicator in focus: bond market preferences

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    Desperate investors: long-term bonds as popular as never before

    Record-low yields drive investors into ever longer maturities of German government bonds. This situation is mirrored by the sentix Curve Preference Index: While investors’ dislike of mid-term bonds has reached a new extreme, market participants now find bonds with maturities of more than 10 years as attractive as never before – although their yields have touched new all-time lows, too. This shows how desperate bond investors’ are in the current low-yield environment.

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