December 14, 2020
from onemarkets blog
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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:
- The federal and state governments decided on a new lockdown yesterday. Will that put a strain on the stock markets?
- This week, the PMIs for Europe and the Ifo Business Climate are the last leading indicators for this year. What are the expectations?
- Looking ahead to 2021, cyclical stocks in particular could benefit the most. Does this assumption still apply?
- The purely cyclical orientation resulted in a significant outperformance of the sector rotation strategy in the second half of the year. How does it go on here?
Now watch the stock market check video
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The contribution Stocker’s Börsencheck: Germany shuts down again – also the DAX? first appeared on onemarkets blog (HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit Bank AG).
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