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15 jun 2018

4 things to do in Q3


chan

By Chanchal Samadder, Head of Equity ETF

Around now, thoughts tend to turn to the holidays and long, relaxing days by the beach. But before reaching for the suncream you have to check the forecasts and ensure your portfolio also has the requisite protection. Like an unruly child running by the pool, or an English central defender dwelling on the ball, today’s markets and politics demand constant attention. Here’s our guide to a successful and stress-free summer:

 

1. Be prepared for bad weather

We advise caution currently given trade wars, geopolitical tensions, rising populism and the omnipresent uncertainly over the timing and/or extent of the withdrawal from ‘super loose’ monetary policies. We expect some stormy conditions – especially among equities – as the cost of debt spirals and the global economy peaks. Decent returns will be harder to find, especially in more mainstream destinations, so for peace of mind we’re focusing on diversifying by getting off the beaten track and using risk reducers and other protection strategies.

ETFs to consider 

Fund name  Bloomberg ticker  Index ticker  TER Asset class
Lyxor FTSE USA Minimum Variance MVAU

WIUSAMVN

0.20%

Equities

Lyxor FTSE Europe Minimum Variance 

MVAE

AWDEUMVN

0.20%

Equities

Lyxor FTSE US Quality Low Vol Dividend 

BUCK

FUSYQVCN

0.19%

Equities

Lyxor SG Global Quality Income NTR

SGQI

SGQINTR

0.45%

Equities

Source: Lyxor International Asset Management, TER as a 13 June 2018 

2. Choose your destination wisely

There are some bright spots however, so we’re not entirely risk-averse. Europe’s busy political agenda could delay policy tightening, and the current soft patch is temporary in our eyes. Any rebound should trigger a catch-up of earnings growth and support stocks. For now though, political issues ensure we’re not as positive as we once were but France looks attractive on the back of strong structural reforms. We continue to favour cyclical sectors such as consumer discretionary as well as construction and materials. They are well positioned to benefit from the domestic recovery and have been deleveraging and improving their solvency in the last couple of years. We’re steering clear of most conventional European bonds.

Euro area earnings catching up

12-month trailing EPS for MSCI Indices

                  Chart 1

THE FIGURES RELATING TO PAST PERFORMANCES REFER TO PAST PERIODS AND ARE NOT A RELIABLE INDICATOR FOR FUTURE RESULTS. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO HISTORICAL MARKET DATA.
Sources:  Lyxor International AM, Bloomberg, Citigroup, SG Cross-Asset Research/Global Asset Allocation/ Equity Strategy as at 13/06/2018

In the US, the headwinds are such that they should keep the Fed tied to its current path. We expect Treasuries to remain de-coupled from political tensions in Europe and to gradually drift higher from here. We expect lower returns from equities, especially as there’s little room for additional economic impetus beyond the tax cuts and the mid-term elections threaten some turbulence. Corporate buying should at least provide some support. Credit (whether high or low quality) is off our radar as the cost of debt is rising at a time when leverage is at all-time highs and recession may be drawing closer.

We remain positive on commodities, but prefer base metals. Both oil and base metals should continue to be supported by strong fundamentals as recovering demand meets with struggling supply. Oil comes with a little more downside risk however. We’re also interested in those commodity-linked assets, like the FTSE 100, which lagged the initial commodity price recovery. 

Commodities’ performance at different stages of the economic cycle*

                     Chart 2

*Different stages of the economic cycle determined through the shape of US yield curve. Analysis since January 2000. Average performance of assets for each period. THE FIGURES RELATING TO PAST PERFORMANCES REFER TO PAST PERIODS AND ARE NOT A RELIABLE INDICATOR FOR FUTURE RESULTS. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO HISTORICAL MARKET DATA.Sources:  Lyxor International AM, Bloomberg, SG Cross-Asset Research/Global Asset Allocation/ Equity Strategy as at 13/06/2018

Inflation as an asset class remains of interest, and breakevens may represent the path of least resistance over the coming months. They also offer diversification benefits which could prove beneficial as we head for the exit from a low inflation, low volatility world.  

ETFs to consider 

Fund name  Bloomberg ticker  Index ticker  TER Asset Class
Lyxor CAC 40  CAC

CACR

0.25%

Equities

Lyxor MSCI EMU Small Cap  MMS

M7EMSC

0.40%

Equities

Lyxor Commodities Thomson Reuters/ CoreCommodity CRB  CRB

CRYTR

0.35%

Commodities

Lyxor MSCI World Energy TR  NRGW

NDWUENR

0.30%

Equities

Lyxor US$ 10Y Inflation Expectations  INFU

IBXXUBF1

0.25%

Fixed income

Source: Lyxor International Asset Management, TER as a 13 June 2018 

3. Consider something more exotic​

With developed markets overcrowded and overvalued, it could be time to spread your wings to some more exotic destinations. We like China, but it could be time to include a few more emerging markets in your plans. A number of other countries offer external surpluses, low inflation and reasonable growth and could now be better value after the recent sell-off. This should provide protection when the greenback’s run of strength eventually gives way. It could be time to renew your focus on Asia’s domestic stories given external risks might rising. Onshore Chinese equities benefit from reasonable growth, increased accessibility and low correlation with developed equities. ASEAN markets also appeal as could, in time, India. 

ETFs to consider 

Fund name Bloomberg ticker  Index ticker  TER Asset class
Lyxor China Enterprise (HSCEI) 

ASI

HSI21N

0.65%

Equities

Lyxor MSCI India 

INR

NDEUSIA

0.85%

Equities

Lyxor MSCI Indonesia

INDO

M0ID

0.55%

Equities

Lyxor MSCI Malaysia 

MAL

NDDUMAF

0.65%

Equities

Lyxor Thailand 

THA

SET50NTR

0.45%

Equities

Source: Lyxor International Asset Management, TER as a 13 June 2018 

4. Travel only in good company ​

The US economy has been more resilient than its counterparts in Japan and the eurozone. However, its economic surprise indicator has already passed its peak. Corporate bonds should come under pressure as corporate debt piles up - further encouraged by fiscal reform - and the Fed tightens. If you do have to hold credit, we’d suggest making any journey brief. When debt fears rise and balance sheets come under the microscope, equity volatility also tends to increase, providing an incentive to reduce or reshape your equity exposures. A greater weighting to quality income or value stocks could be a solution at this late stage of the cycle.

At this stage, credit spreads have remained quiet

               Chart 3


THE FIGURES RELATING TO PAST PERFORMANCES REFER TO PAST PERIODS AND ARE NOT A RELIABLE INDICATOR FOR FUTURE RESULTS. THIS ALSO APPLIES TO HISTORICAL MARKET DATA. Sources:  Lyxor International AM, Bloomberg, BEA, SG Cross-Asset Research/Global Asset Allocation/ Economics as at 13/06/2018

 ETFs to consider 

Fund name 

Bloomberg Ticker

Index Ticker

TER

Asset class

Lyxor FTSE US Quality Low Vol Dividend 

BUCK

FUSYQVCN

0.19%

Equities

Lyxor SG Global Value Beta 

SGVB

SGVBNTR

0.40%

Equities

Lyxor MSCI EMU Value 

VAL

M7EM000V

0.40%

Equities

All views & opinion: Lyxor Equity ETF & Lyxor Cross Asset Research teams, as at 13 June 2018. Charts sourced from SG Cross Asset Research team (“Expect less for longer”). Past performance is no guide to future returns. *All TERs correct as at 13 June 2018.
 

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