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The robust global economic growth experienced in 2017 is expected to continue into 2018, albeit with some notable exceptions such as UK. Such growth is to be reflected in ever higher equity price levels and thus expected to become costlier with respect to the most recent valuations.
Bastien DRUT, Delphine GEORGES, Viviana GISIMUNDO, Jung Hun KIM MOON
Delphine GEORGES, Viviana GISIMUNDO, Jung Hun KIM MOON
The beginning of 2015 holds the prospect of a new quantitative easing programme from the European Central Bank. The 50% increase in the ECB’s balance sheet announced by Mario Draghi will certainly have major consequences, including confirmation that short rates will be kept at zero and that long rates will decline further.
Global Head of Research