Erste Asset Management

Short-term stabilisation on the financial markets  
Short-term stabilisation on the financial markets  
AFP PHOTO / Johannes EISELE

Short-term stabilisation on the financial markets  

After several “mini-shocks” throughout the year such as inflationary fears in the USA and a temporary crisis of trust in connection with Italian government bonds, quite a bit of uncertainty has already been priced into the market. Will the current phase, which is characterised by rising share and bond prices and that comes with credit risk be only a short-lived one? Or have the markets generally entered calmer waters?

Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside
Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside
(c) Akos Stiller, Quelle: Wiener Börse

Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside

Over the past three years (2015-2017) the ATX, Austria’s main equity index, posted an annual return of more than 16%, making the Vienna Stock Exchange the best performing European stock market (or second best, if Eastern Europe is included).

LATEST CONTRIBUTIONS

Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside
Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside
(c) Akos Stiller, Quelle: Wiener Börse

Austrian stock market 2018: Flattish, with room to surprise on the upside

Over the past three years (2015-2017) the ATX, Austria’s main equity index, posted an annual return of more than 16%, making the Vienna Stock Exchange the best performing European stock market (or second best, if Eastern Europe is included).

Equities

Know-How

Markets