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Banque de Luxembourg's expertise in fund management, analysis and securities selection
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Les opportunités d'investissement se font de plus en plus rares pour les investisseurs, comme en témoigne le niveau historiquement bas des taux d'intérêt. Découvrez l'analyse de Jean-Philippe Donge.
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Tous les trimestres, nos spécialistes décryptent l’évolution de l’économie mondiale et des marchés financiers. Découvrez leur analyse pour le troisième trimestre 2016.
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Alors que la consommation domestique continue de se comporter favorablement, les investissements des entreprises demeurent particulièrement faibles, ce qui met à risque le potentiel de croissance économique à moyen terme aux Etats-Unis. Retrouvez l'analyse complète dans l'analyse mensuelle ‘Highlights’.
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Impossible d’échapper au phénomène Pokémon Go qui a soudainement accaparé le monde entier. L'application de Niantic Inc. n’a pas seulement rencontré un succès foudroyant à l’échelle planétaire, elle a aussi eu des retombées substantielles sur les marchés boursiers. Retrouvez l'analyse de Steve Glod, Equity Fund Manager chez Banque de Luxembourg Investments.
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BL-Global Flexible: Situation as at end of April. http://www.guywagnerblog.com/eng/entry/bl-global-flexible-asset-allocation
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The euro's strength continues to surprise. The single currency has not been particularly affected by the geopolitical climate, although it would have been reasonable to suppose that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, to which Europe is significantly more exposed than the United States, would have weakened it against the dollar. A strong euro or a weak dollar? 
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The terms risk, volatility and return are often linked in finance. This inter-connection has its roots in an academic financial theory on portfolio management that has become widespread in the professional sphere. It uses volatility as a measurement for risk which diverts attention away from the principal risk of any investment: the risk of permanent loss of capital.
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The Sotchi Games are already well behind us. Now Crimea has taken centre-stage and this means that the prospects for Ukraine and other Central European countries need to be reviewed. For several months, other emerging countries have been negotiating choppy waters that are proving slow to subside, and from time to time, these markets are faced with new crises, from within or externally.
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The core aspects of our investment strategy for 2014 have seen little change in the first few months of the year. http://www.guywagnerblog.com/eng/entry/investment-strategy-for-2014
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After decades of disappointments, in 2013 the Japanese stock market posted its best performance in 14 years. The market has benefited from the initial success of Abenomics, the ambitious economic experiment put in place by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his government. The aim of this radical program is to revive Japan's economy that has been stagnant for decades and to break out of the deflationary spiral that puts a drag on corporate investments and private consumption. http://www.guywagnerblog.com/eng/entry/investing-in-japan-abe-s
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