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Sep 23, 2021 7:00:00 AM | LGT Navigator

LGT Navigator: Fed signals QE tapering soon – SNB and BoE in focus

The Federal Reserve (Fed) more or less matched the expectations of the financial markets. Accordingly, the Fed is cautiously heading for a turnaround in monetary policy. To this end, the first thing it is doing is holding out the prospect of curbing the stimulus measures in the form of its securities purchase program. At the same time, Fed Chairman Powell is keeping key interest rates at a record low level. Today, the monetary policy decisions of the Swiss National Bank and the Bank of England are also eagerly awaited.

Sep 22, 2021 8:39:32 AM | LGT Bank News

LGT is one of the 25 “Best Workplaces in Europe”

The renowned Great Place to Work institute has designated LGT Private Banking one of the best employers in Europe. In particular, LGT employees at the locations in Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland and the UK appreciate the company’s welcoming culture and its management.

Sep 22, 2021 7:00:00 AM | LGT Navigator

LGT Navigator: Federal Reserve Bank to set further course

The US central bank will announce its monetary policy decision this evening, accompanied by the latest forecasts for economic growth and the inflation outlook. The Bank of Japan already announced this morning to stick to its ultra-expansive monetary path for the time being. On capital markets, meanwhile, fears of an immediate default by the Chinese real estate group China Evergrande Group have calmed, at least for the time being.

Sep 21, 2021 7:00:00 AM | LGT Navigator

LGT Navigator: Potential “Evergrande” fall-out unsettles stock markets worldwide

Fears of a potential collapse of the Chinese real estate group "Evergrande" caused nervousness among investors and falling prices on stock exchanges worldwide at the beginning of the week.

Sep 20, 2021 7:00:00 AM | LGT Navigator

LGT Navigator: Three interest rate decisions to be announced this week

In the new trading week, the mood on capital markets will once again be largely determined by the central banks' monetary policy decisions. On Wednesday, it is eagerly awaited how the Federal Reserve will position itself in the direction of an exit from quantitative measures. On Thursday, the Bank of Japan and the Swiss National Bank will also communicate their interest rate decisions. Meanwhile, the mood on the stock exchanges remains one of caution in the face of worrying inflation data and mixed economic signals.

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