Equities and bonds are overvalued while commodities and emerging markets look equally unattractive, according to Société Générale's 2011 Outlook presentation
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Barclays Capital’s December 2010 Global Outlook forecast for this year advises investors to buy commodities, credit and stay long-equities. Growth in 2011 is predicted to reach 4.5% as fears of a ...
QE2 will spur above target inflation in 2011 and low real yields mean pension funds should look to shares
Schroders outlook for next year is positive, with the UK avoiding a double dip recession and equity markets rising. However, the eurozone problems are not over and interest rates remain low.
US issuance shifts from domestic to international equities, while the participation rate for the latest Goldman Sachs offering hits three times the returns of the MSCI EAFE Index.
While US equities continue to dominate the issuance, products have diversified into small and mid-cap indexes.
US equities were the major theme in index-linked issuance at the end of last week, although diversification away from the S&P 500 was on offer from some providers.
Standard & Poor’s launches covered call select index
FTSE Diversification index series as the 'way forward'
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The EC’s new short-selling rules should reduce unco-ordinated action by national regulators, say dealers
HSBC's global report indicates that correlation in the global equities market has been steadily rising since 2001.
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