Investor sentiment ended last week negative in all markets we track, with investors in global developed markets, Asia ex-Japan and China remaining bearish. Sentiment in the US, developed Europe, and Japan, stopped short of becoming bearish but remains very negative.
Investor sentiment continued to improve in all markets we track, except China and global emerging markets, which ended the week flat versus the previous week on geopolitical concerns. Sentiment is now moderately positive in all developed markets, while emerging markets and Asia ex-Japan remain close to neutral, lacking conviction one way or the other.
Investor sentiment continued to recover in the US, Europe and global developed markets, ending the week positive in all three. Sentiment remains negative among investors in global emerging markets, Japan and Asia ex-Japan, with the latter falling back into a bearish mood.
Sentiment continued to recover in all markets we track as the Q2 earnings reporting season is having a positive impact on investors’ mood. The better-than-feared (so far) reports and guidance is lifting sentiment away from fears of a deep recession and towards hope for a mild and short one that could spare corporate profits.
Sentiment declined sharply last week, becoming negative in Asia ex-Japan, Japan and developed Europe, with the latter ending bearish for the first time since early April. We continue to see a divergence of sentiment between developed- and emerging-market investors, with the former remaining bearish and the latter increasingly bullish.
Sentiment remained negative in the US and developed Europe last week, and bearish in global developed markets. Hopes for further monetary and fiscal stimulus out of China managed to keep sentiment positive in Asia ex-Japan, global emerging markets and China, for the time being.
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.