Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management

Piece by piece - puzzling out fiscal integration

Pressmeddelande   •   Jun 02, 2015 10:16 CEST


  • Stronger credit growth points to a Eurozone upswing.
  • Juncker Plan to promote growth-rate convergence in the Eurozone.
  • Weaker U.S. growth a temporary phenomenon.
  • Better consumer confidence signals stronger growth in Japan.
  • Additional monetary policy stimulus drives Chinese stock markets.
  • Oil-price recovery will lose steam.
  • Transatlantic Equity ETF repositioning is losing momentum..
  • United Kingdom – decision time comes after the elections.
  • Asset allocation of our balanced model portfolio for clients based in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA):
    Fixed income: 47%, Equities: 40%, Alternatives: 10%, Commodities: 3%
Also in CIO View:

  • Focus: Eurozone – Puzzling out fiscal integration
  • The big picture: interview with Asoka Wöhrmann
  • Investment traffic lights: our tactical and strategic view on different asset classes 
  • Portfolio: interview with Stéphane Junod, regional Chief Investment Officer for Wealth Management in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
  • Alternatives portfolio: interview with Hamish Mackenzie, Head of Infrastructure Europe & Debt

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