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Apr 23, 2018

LGT Navigator: Trade tensions and earnings remain the focus

Stock markets suffered at the end of last week from profit taking and persistent geopolitical concerns. Tensions surrounding the trading conflict between the USA and China, as well as further company earnings are likely to remain in the spotlight.

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Apr 20, 2018

LGT Navigator: More shade than light

While the stock markets are currently focusing on corporate balance sheets, geopolitical and trade tensions, as well as inflation fears on the backdrop of the surging oil price to a three-year high continue to create uncertainty on the trading floor.

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Apr 19, 2018

LGT Navigator: Fed outlook remains positive

According to its regular economic report, the Beige Book, the Fed continues to see the US economy on a growth course despite the trade dispute with China. The  outlook remains positive thanks to rising consumer spending and the effects of the tax reform on corporate investments.

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Apr 18, 2018

LGT Navigator: Stocks with tailwind from earnings season

The current corporate reporting season has given the stock markets a fresh impetus and enabled them to shake off the predominant geopolitical concerns of late, at least in the short term. Tonight's focus is on the economic report of the US Federal Reserve, the Beige Book.

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Apr 17, 2018

LGT Navigator: Chinese economy continues growing

Economic growth in the People's Republic of China is still on track. Supported by strong March retail sales figures, China was able to maintain the annual growth rate of +6.8% in the first quarter of 2018 as expected, despite slightly cooler industrial production data. This gives the Chinese leadership further leeway to purge excessive lending. China’s growth depicts tailwind for the global economy. Asian markets did not react significantly to the numbers that were mostly in line with expectations. In the USA, retailers ended their negative series in March after three consecutive declines in sales. Revenues increased by +0.6% compared to the previous month, the Commerce Department announced in Washington on Monday. Above all, consumers made more money available for larger expenditures, such as for cars. Private consumption accounts for around two thirds of total economic output in the USA.

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