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Brexit: How resilient is the financial system?
Brexit: How resilient is the financial system?
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Brexit: How resilient is the financial system?

The vote in favour of leaving the EU by the UK means one thing above all: uncertainty. Because the effects on the sentiment and the behaviour of companies, the public, the financial market participants, and the political parties are difficult to predict. Paradoxically, the prices of risky assets such as equities, corporate bonds, and emerging […]

Brexit becomes reality – markets under pressure
Brexit becomes reality – markets under pressure
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Brexit becomes reality – markets under pressure

Yesterday’s referendum in the UK surprised with a narrow majority in favour of Brexit. According to the latest results, 51.8% voted for the Brexit, i.e. the exit from the EU. Polls and betting odds had been suggesting a majority in favour of remaining (“Bremain”) in the EU. As expected, Brexit is triggering a massive negative […]

Brexit  or secular stagnation?
Brexit or secular stagnation?
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Brexit or secular stagnation?

Risk-averse markets The classic indicators on the capital market suggest rising risk with respect to the economy and risky assets. Spreads have widened, and the yield differential between long-term and short-term government bonds has fallen; volatility has increased. Also, the inflation rate priced in has decreased, the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc have appreciated, […]

Brexit: Breakin’ up is hard to do – Part IV
Brexit: Breakin’ up is hard to do – Part IV
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Brexit: Breakin’ up is hard to do – Part IV

Stock markets not impressed – so far While the debate about Brexit is getting more intense (just a day ago the UK Treasury released its warnings) and the Pound Sterling is trading near historical lows as the referendum is approaching, the UK equity market has not shown any signs of stress. Its valuation premium to […]