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Sep 4, 2013

Analysis: Sober summer markets may defuse September strife

LONDON (Reuters) – Investors have been braced for a stormy September for so long now it’s getting difficult to see this month’s stiffening gales blowing them off course for long.

September – traditionally the worst month of the year for U.S. stocks with an average loss since 1928 of 1.1 percent – does look rough again. It’s just a wonder who’s left to surprise.

Aug 9, 2013
Aug 9, 2013
Aug 7, 2013

European and emerging economies and equities switch tracks

LONDON (Reuters) – Western European economies are spluttering to life again at last just as emerging markets cool down – confirming one of the investment themes of 2013 and questioning how much financial markets have already discounted these inflection points.

While “sell high and buy low” may be an investment truism subject to myriad valuation and policy caveats, selling equity in cresting economies while buying it in troughing ones is a pretty well-worn global strategy.

Aug 7, 2013

Euro, emerging economies and equities switch tracks

LONDON (Reuters) – Western European economies are spluttering to life again at last just as emerging markets cool down – confirming one of the investment themes of 2013 and questioning how much financial markets have already discounted these inflection points.

While “sell high and buy low” may be an investment truism subject to myriad valuation and policy caveats, selling equity in cresting economies while buying it in troughing ones is a pretty well-worn global strategy.

Aug 7, 2013

Analysis: Euro and emerging economies and equities switch tracks

LONDON (Reuters) – Western European economies are spluttering to life again at last just as emerging markets cool down – confirming one of the investment themes of 2013 and questioning how much financial markets have already discounted these inflection points.

While “sell high and buy low” may be an investment truism subject to myriad valuation and policy caveats, selling equity in cresting economies while buying it in troughing ones is a pretty well-worn global strategy.

Jul 29, 2013
Jul 24, 2013

Watch revenue when parsing western vs emerging bonds

LONDON (Reuters) – Watch governments’ revenues, and not just how much their economies produce, to see if they can support their debt piles.

For investors choosing between bonds of heavily-indebted governments of recessionary European nations and those of the seemingly tidier national accounts in the fast-growing developing world, the point is increasingly poignant.

Jul 24, 2013

Analysis: Watch revenue when parsing western vs emerging bonds

LONDON (Reuters) – Watch governments’ revenues, and not just how much their economies produce, to see if they can support their debt piles.

For investors choosing between bonds of heavily-indebted governments of recessionary European nations and those of the seemingly tidier national accounts in the fast-growing developing world, the point is increasingly poignant.

Jul 10, 2013
    • About Mike

      "Mike Dolan is Reuters' Investment Strategy Editor in Europe. He has been a correspondent and editor for the past 20 years, working for Reuters from London and Washington DC in a variety of roles covering global policymaking, economics and investment trends."
      Joined Reuters:
      1995
      Awards:
      Reuters Editor of the Year, 2009. Reuters multimedia journalist of the year award, 2011
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