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  • UBS: Germany: Are we too pessimistic on 2017 growth?

    17.01.2017 | 12:35

    UBS: Germany: Are we too pessimistic on 2017 growth?

    2016 has been the best year for German GDP growth since 2011 with growth of 1.8%, due to a favourable combination of low oil prices, a public spending boost and exceptionally low interest rates. Looking ahead, we think some moderation is in store for 2017, to around Germany's trend growth rate of 1.3%.

  • UBS: ECB: What should we expect this week?

    16.01.2017 | 13:47

    UBS: ECB: What should we expect this week?

    Following the ECB's big decision, on 8 December, to extend QE from April to December 2017, with monthly asset purchases of €60bn, we do not expect new policy initiatives or major new guidance from the ECB in its upcoming meeting on 19 January.

  • UBS: Anlagechancen in den Schwellenländern

    13.01.2017 | 14:53

    UBS: Anlagechancen in den Schwellenländern

    Geoffrey Wong, Head Emerging Markets and Asia/Pacific Equity, äußert sich in dem knapp 5-minütigen Video zu den Anlagechancen, die die Schwellenländer gegenwärtig bieten und stellt den UBS Global Emerging Markets Opportunity Fund (ISIN: IE00B5T8QC31) vor.

  • UBS: Should investors worry about a falling yuan?

    13.01.2017 | 08:56

    UBS: Should investors worry about a falling yuan?

    Fears of Chinese currency depreciation have often been toxic for global markets. Both in summer 2015 and early last year such worries caused stocks to fall worldwide. So with the yuan under further downward pressure until recently, should investors be concerned?

  • UBS: Germany: 2016 GDP growth highest since 2011

    12.01.2017 | 16:06

    UBS: Germany: 2016 GDP growth highest since 2011

    Annual real GDP growth was reported as 1.8% in calendar-adjusted terms (as there was one more working day in 2016 than in 2015; the non-adjusted growth rate was 1.9%), and in line with our forecast.

  • UBS: Schwellenländer 2017 in der Erholungsphase

    10.01.2017 | 15:35

    UBS: Schwellenländer 2017 in der Erholungsphase

    Auch in Zeiten schwächeren Wachstums bietet die Unternehmenswelt attraktive Beteiligungsmöglichkeiten. Gerade in den Aktienmärkten der Schwellenländer finden sich viele Anlagethemen, die auch ohne globalen Anschub gute Gewinne versprechen, meint Geoffrey Wong.

  • UBS: 2017 Outlook: Nervously Positive; ROEs are Key

    10.01.2017 | 10:38

    UBS: 2017 Outlook: Nervously Positive; ROEs are Key

    We are mildly (and nervously) positive on EM equities for 2017, with mid-single digit gains expected.

  • UBS: Eurozone: strong finish to 2016, good start to 2017

    09.01.2017 | 12:37

    UBS: Eurozone: strong finish to 2016, good start to 2017

    The latest PMI data – at a 67-month high – suggest the Eurozone economy finished 2016 on a firm footing, and bode well for the start of 2017.

  • UBS: How I learned to stop worrying and love the bonds

    09.01.2017 | 10:53

    UBS: How I learned to stop worrying and love the bonds

    Despite institutional investors appearing to be engaged in a record shift from US stocks into bonds, the weak performance of the latter has many private investors asking whether bonds are still worth owning.

  • UBS: 2017 Markets Outlook: What needs to happen for '17 to be a game-changer year?

    20.12.2016 | 10:57

    UBS: 2017 Markets Outlook: What needs to happen for '17 to be a game-changer year?

    The devil is in the details: we’ve examined two highly stylized and symmetric scenarios of fiscal expansion, concluding that although recent market moves are premature in terms of macro foundations, we would not fade them yet. In the event of a significant package, our simulations suggest that the recent moves across assets can extend.

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