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Stocker’s stock exchange check: auto stocks on the up – can this continue?

In Stocker’s Börsencheck, Thomas Wolf (expert for investment products at HVB onemarkets) and Christian Stocker (stock market strategist at UniCredit) analyze the stock market every two weeks.

The experts illuminate and answer these questions in the current episode:

  • Automotive stocks have more than doubled from their March low, although the industry is likely to experience the biggest upheaval yet to come. Does the market already know more here?
  • Which other industries were able to hold their own in the third quarter?
  • Why are the stocks of industrial or cyclical sectors in particular rising?
  • What is the outlook for the coming months?

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The article Stocker’s Börsencheck: Auto stocks on the up – can this continue? first appeared on onemarkets blog (HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit Bank AG).

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