Short-term market recovery possible
There are various reasons for a short-term market recovery in September. In the medium term, however, we remain cautious, as economic risks are increasing, not least in Europe. We see potential in Japan and in companies that can benefit from the US Inflation Reduction Act.
Are interest rates about to plateau or peak?
Investors on both sides of the big pond are speculating whether the central banks have now reached the end of their interest rates hikes - especially in the U.S. What does the inverted yield curve mean for investors? Dr. Ulrich Kaffarnik explains what the latest developments mean for investors.
US economy grows strongly
As in the previous month, the international stock markets showed their friendly side in July. Above all, the unexpectedly strong growth of the US economy in the second quarter had a positive effect on the stock markets. In addition, many market participants expect that the central banks in Europe and the USA will not take any further interest rate steps after the interest rate hikes in July.
Liquidity becomes more precious
The bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank and the emergency takeover of the major Swiss bank Credit Suisse by its even larger rival UBS have unsettled the markets. While a broad banking crisis is unlikely, other consequences, such as for liquidity and credit, are foreseeable. DJE's banking analyst and fund manager Moritz Rehmann explains how DJE is dealing with the issue.