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    Equity Market Insights (75). Fixed Income Market Insights (81). Mutual Fund Industry (10). The views expressed here regarding market and economic trends are those of Investment Professionals, and are subject to change at any time. These views should not be relied upon as investment advice, as securities recommendations, or as an indication of trading intent on behalf of Pioneer. There is no guarantee that these trends will continue. This material is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified attorney, tax advisor, investment professional or insurance agent. Before making any financial commitment regarding any issue discussed here, consult with the appropriate professional advisor. Subscribe to followPioneer and receive notifications of new posts by email. The ECB’s Preventive Measures – Will They Be Enough? At their monthly meeting today, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced a number of measures, aimed at preventing a negative spiral between low inflation, falling inflation expectations and credit, in particular in stressed countries. Our initial impression is that these measures were anticipated by the market and therefore should not lead to major shifts in sentiment. The news is good for peripheral economies and assets, but the bar to outright quantitative easing (purchases of government bonds) has probably risen. The cut in the refinancing rate was also well-anticipated by the market, despite some marginal disappointment that the rate cut wasn t 15bps. Apart from benefitting mortgage holders in certain countries whose loans are linked to the ECB rate, this move is largely symbolic, and in our view is unlikely to have a significant impact on economic activity or inflation rates. The deposit rate cut was also anticipated by markets. Filed under: ECB, Europe, Fixed Income Market Insights, Giordano Lombardo, Inflation, Macroeconomics | Tagged: Capital Markets, ECB, Europe, Fed tapering, Giordano Lombardo, inflation | Leave a comment ». Russia Update: Despite Conflict, Opportunities Remain. Despite an uptick in volatility and spreads, Russia remains an important market for investors. For fixed income, the recent widening of spreads that followed the country s intervention in Ukraine may represent an opportunity. For equity investors, these events highlight an increasingly complex outlook that may or may not offer opportunity at current levels. Filed under: Equity Market Insights, Europe, Fixed Income Market Insights, Giordano Lombardo, Macroeconomics, Political, United States | Tagged: Russia, Urkaine | Leave a comment ». Economy Still in the Goldilocks Zone. Observations on the Capital Markets Week Ended May 30, 2014. economy shrank in the first quarter, but every indication is that weather, rather than a cyclical downturn, was the driver. While 3% GDP growth for the full-year may be difficult to achieve after the slow start, it s not out of reach. Employment trends continue to be positive. Inflation has stabilized comfortably below 2%. Bond yields are low, making it easy for the Fed to continue to taper QE while keeping short-term rates exceptionally low. With corporate profits at all-time highs, it s no surprise that The Dow Jones Industrial Average (16,717) and S&P 500 Index (1,923) ended the week and month at new all-time highs. The Q1 GDP revision was not bad news if anything, it was good news! Real GDP growth was revised down from 0.1% to – 1.0% (annualized), worse than the revision to -0.5% that was expected. A negative revision to inventories accounted for essentially all the downward revision in GDP. Final demand was essentially unchanged. This is very bullish. Inventories are intermediate goods, not final demand. Lower inventories now mean more need for future production; higher inventories would signal a need to slow production. Seasonals may have also played a role: we also got a negative Q1 GDP in 2011, when Easter was also in April, not March. Filed under: Contributors, ECB, Equity Market Insights ...
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