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17/06/2013 Quarterly Outlook Q3 2013: New realities
A paradox is upon us: while central banks initially eradicated market uncertainty through quantitative easing, doubts are now being detected about the exit from this accommodative stance.
14/06/2013 Global Weekly: withdrawal symptoms
This week’s market volatility was a symptom of the upcoming withdrawal from central bank largesse.
07/06/2013 Global Weekly: Transition Time
The potential reversal of the Federal Reserve’s monetary easing is rattling markets.
24/05/2013 Global Weekly: Exit blues and market jitters
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke’s dovish tone regarding continued monetary easing was disturbed this week.
Net profit for Q1 2013 was 17% lower than the Q1 2012 net profit of EUR 503 million, but significantly higher compared with the loss of EUR 38 million in Q4 2012.
16/05/2013 Europe stocks play catch-up with US
Financial Times, Tuesday 7 May 2013, Quotes Didier Duret, ABN AMRO Private Banking
10/05/2013 Global Weekly: Sell in May, not this year
A gradually improving global economy and continued quantitative easing by central banks is creating an environment where equities in the US and Germany are reaching all-time highs. Within bond markets, we are still positive, but it may be time to take some profits.
03/05/2013 Global Weekly: More stimulus, not less
Easing was in the air this week. The ECB cut rates and the Fed indicated it could possibly increase its asset purchase programme. On the back of this, bond markets rallied and so did equity markets in the US.