Market Zoom - 11.9.2019

Elektrisieren die Zentralbanken die Finanzmärkte erneut?

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Finanzanalyst, Eugen Keller

Trotz aller Handelsstreitigkeiten und politischer Risiken kann sich die Kapitalmarktbilanz in diesem Jahr bislang sehen lassen. Nur wer auf einen Anstieg der Rohstoffe gesetzt hat, ist auf dem falschen Fuß erwischt worden. Was Eugen Keller, Leiter Renten- und Devisenstrategie bei Metzler Capital Markets, angesichts zusätzlicher Lockerungsmaßnahmen der EZB und anderer Zentralbanken erwartet, erläutert er im aktuellen Market Zoom.

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