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Moving beyond the mid-terms

 

US equities rallied last week but results were more mixed elsewhere as growth momentum weakened in Europe and China.

Markets welcomed the mid-term election results, with a split Congress likely to be a recipe for legislative gridlock. Tax cuts and deregulation measures should now endure which, in turn, provides good visibility for businesses. Of course, it also makes it much harder for Trump’s administration to push through any further fiscal stimulus before 2020. Sentiment soon softened though as data from China disappointed and the Fed reiterated its hawkish stance. Crude oil prices dropped further and entered a bear market.

Up next? Things look reasonably rosy for now, particularly in the US, but investors are on the lookout for signs of slower growth and bracing themselves for trickier conditions next year. We still favour equities, but won’t hesitate to cut risk should the train start to derail.

Source: Lyxor International Asset Management. Figures reported in local currency terms. Past performance is no guide to future returns. Data as at

Our key calls

Week commencing 12/11/2018

Enjoy the US bounce while it lasts

The split Congress won’t have a material impact on the policy path and rates, but it will all but extinguish hopes for further fiscal stimulus. Potential governmental gridlock will force markets to reassess the outlook for growth in time. For now though, a buoyant job market, more capex spending and strong earnings have us overweight US equities.


Lyxor S&P 500 UCITS ETF

Follow the Fed

We expect the Fed to stay on track – one further hike in December and probably three more in 2019. In the euro area, the European Central Bank (ECB) will halt its asset purchase programme in December as planned and has intimated it will recommence rate hikes next summer.

 

Lyxor $ Floating Rate Note UCITS ETF

Expect more policy and political uncertainty in Europe

After a spurt of above-potential growth, the eurozone is now slowing towards its trend rate, as concerns linger regarding Italy’s diminished economic prospects and the UK’s recent slump in economic activity. We note however that recent talk of a soft Brexit, if confirmed, could offer a silver lining prompting a GBP bounce.

Lyxor FTSE EMU Minimum Variance UCITS ETF

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Fec meeting

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