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Investor sentiment held on to a mostly bullish feeling over the holiday period. Four (Asia ex-Japan, Global Developed Markets ex-US, Global Emerging Markets, and the UK) of the five markets that ended 2023 with a bullish sentiment, started 2024 feeling the same way. On Friday last week, they were joined by a fifth market, as Chinese investors (substituting for European investors, three weeks ago), raised their hopes for the fourth time in the last six months, for that all elusive economic stimulus package from the authorities.
Olivier d'Assier, Head of Applied Research of APAC at Qontigo tells Nitin Dialdas that the Japanese and Indian markets are the beneficiaries of the ongoing deglobalisation. Nick Marro, Lead for Global Trade & Analyst of Asia and Access China at The Economist Intelligence Unit, says deglobalisation is an adjustment rather than a retreat from the investor point of view.
Investor sentiment fell another notch last week in all markets we follow, taking stock prices down with it — perhaps we are seeing a new adage in the making: “Sell in July and don’t ask why”?
As the luxury goods industry experiences a post-pandemic boom and its companies become some of the largest in the world, a new thematic index and ETF offer investors an opportunity to track this business segment in a targeted way that would not be possible through a traditional sector strategy. The Kodex European Luxury Top 10 ETF was listed in Korea on Apr. 25 and tracks the STOXX Europe Luxury 10 index.
Qontigo has licensed the newly launched iSTOXX World Min Vol ESG Index to Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM). The index will be used for a large pension fund mandate. This index is based on STOXX’s broadest equity universe, the STOXX World AC (All Countries), including both Developed and Emerging Markets and incorporates both proprietary ESG data provided by LGIM and data from ISS ESG.
Investor sentiment staged a recovery in most developed markets but continued to weaken in Asia ex-Japan and Japan, while managing to remain positive in global emerging markets and China.
nvestor sentiment ended the week bearish in the US and in global developed markets. It declined to a more negative mood in developed Europe, but just short of a bear level. Sentiment continued to improve, meanwhile, in Asia ex-Japan, global emerging markets and China on the back of the latter’s economic stimulus plans.
Investor sentiment remained bearish in the US and global developed markets last week, and negative in Europe. In contrast, sentiment continued to recover in Asia ex-Japan, global emerging markets and China, on the back of the Chinese government’s pledge to provide economic, fiscal and monetary support.
Our top 10 takeaways looking at the effects of the Russia-Ukraine crisis on developed vs. emerging equity markets in charts.
Ukraine crisis drives up volatilities and correlations; Emerging Markets hit hardest; Russian and Ukrainian markets tank.
Qontigo announced today the licensing of the DAX Index to Kiwoom Asset Management. The index will be used as an underlying for an ETF to be listed on the Korea Stock Exchange, a first in the Korean market.
Philips Pensioenfonds, in collaboration with analytics and index provider Qontigo and asset manager BlackRock, announces the launch of the iSTOXX® PPF Responsible SDG Index.
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