China has navigated the crisis quite well so far and that the growth rate of industrial production has picked up, too. All this in an environment where investors are looking for suitable investment opportunities. The Chinese bond market may just be what they are looking for.
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Whether the measures taken by governments and central banks will take effect – these remain the decisive questions for the capital markets. The investment strategy of the YOU INVEST funds continues to be dominated by the pandemic and the measures taken to combat and contain the consequential losses.
The European Central Bank (ECB) wants to stick to its bond purchases despite the recent ruling by the German constitutional court. “We will continue to do whatever is necessary to fulfill this mandate,” said ECB chief Christine Lagarde.
The capital markets are under massive tension due to the pandemic. It remains to be seen how quickly the economy will recover from the Corona pandemic. The yield radar bond market provides an indication.
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