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Ken Fisher: “We’re going to see a strong up move early next year” Ken Fisher: “We’re going to see a strong up move early next year” Ken Fisher: “We’re going to see a strong up move early next year”
In the first collaboration between CNNMoney Switzerland and “Handelszeitung,” investor Ken Fisher sees positive returns for markets just after the new year.
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Hannah Wise
Fidelity still sees a high chance for a Brexit deal
This could be the week that everything comes together—or falls apart—on Brexit. According to Toby Gibb of Fidelity, this uncertainty isn’t helpful for markets, but he still has hopes that a deal will be reached.
Hannah Wise
Pimco cautious amid signals of a global slowdown
The U.S. bond yield curve has inverted for the first time in more than a decade. Geraldine Sundstrom, a managing director and portfolio manager at PIMCO, sees signals of global slowdown, but she hopes for positive stimulus coming out of China.
Hannah Wise
March 25 Markets Summary: Bond inversion rolls the markets
We take a look at the inverted yield spread of U.S. Treasury bonds and what it means for a potential upcoming recession. Market reaction was mixed, with heavy losses in Asia. At the close, the SMI was more moderate, down 0.15 percent to 9,305.50.
Hannah Wise
Could Baselworld expand to Hong Kong?
Ahead of the big strategic review of Baselworld, we assess the future of the world’s most-renowned watch fair. One idea being considered is an expansion to Hong Kong.
Hannah Wise
China has a big impact on Switzerland, says investor Ken Fisher
Billionaire investor Ken Fisher believes Switzerland’s economy has been strongly impacted by the slowdown in China. Nevertheless, he sees convincing signs that the Chinese economy is picking up.
Hannah Wise
Thinking about investing in the U.S.? Consider the dollar
After the latest economic projections by the Federal Reserve, the U.S. dollar weakened. Michael P. Reilly, chief investment officer at TWC, sees many reasons why the greenback will strengthen moving forward.
Hannah Wise
Swiss real estate: Why Finma and SNB are sending out warning signals
Regulators have been warning about imbalances in the mortgage and real estate market. Rudolf Minsch, chief economist at economiesuisse, shares their apprehension as central banks keep interest rates low.
Hannah Wise
March 21 Markets Summary: Levi’s trendy again on Wall Street
In the midst of central banking news, Levi Strauss soared as high as 35 percent upon its return to The New York Stock Exchange. Low and negative interest rates hurt the banks’ business, and they were the worst performing entries in the SMI, which closed down 0.10 percent to 9,454.05.
Martina Fuchs
Merian Global Investors: IPOs are the classic lottery stocks
Think twice before incorporating IPOs into your portfolio. That’s the advice from Ian Heslop, head of global equities at Merian Global Investors. Ridesharing apps Uber and Lyft both have set their sights on going public in the near future but Heslop remains cautious.
Martina Fuchs
Italy joining China’s Belt and Road Initiative is “shocking”
Italy is rolling out the red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping ahead of signing on with China’s Belt and Road Initiative. For François Savary, chief investment officer at Prime Partners, it’s a dangerous move for Europe, since Italy is one of the founding members of the EU.
Martina Fuchs
March 20 Markets Summary: Let’s talk tech stocks
Do tech stocks deserve a spot in your portfolio? We take a look at how FAANG stocks have fared since the start of 2019 and how Switzerland’s tech sector fits into this picture.
Ana Maria Montero
The coming Swiss IPOs are “a good sign,” says Vontobel
Lars Kalbreier, CIO at Vontobel Wealth Management, explains why the coming initial public offering by Stadler Rail—and possibly later by RUAG—are part of a global phenomenon. Karlbreier also discusses the Fed’s expected decision and the risk of a recession in 2019.
Ana Maria Montero
The top two reasons for Stadler Rail to go public
Stadler Rail announced its intention to launch an IPO. CNNMoney Switzerland’s Andreas Schaffner explains why it has to do with the family of the main shareholder, Peter Spuhler. But it’s also to help the company face global competition and expand in driverless and high-speed trains.
Ana Maria Montero
March 19 Markets Summary: Renewed support expected from the Fed
Stocks rallied ahead of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decision. The SMI ended the day up 0.31 percent to 9,525.92. Partners Group and AMS are also under our radar.
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