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by Swissquote Analysts
German politics is in flux. The Grand Coalition of the CDU, CSU and SPD parties has weakened following regional elections in October that saw CSU leader Horst Seehofer having to step down. Now, Chancellor Angela Merkel's party, the CD...
Trading in positive territory since the beginning of December and following a drop of 22% in November, oil prices appear on the verge of a comeback, as OPEC’s meeting in Vienna kicks off. The market expects an output cut of 1 million ...
Asian equities tumbled, partially erasing gains from Monday’s euphoria over what seemed to be a trade truce between China and the USA. Hardest hit is the Hong Kong Hang Seng index, -1.62%, while Australian ASX 200 and South Korean Kos...
Switzerland’s headline inflation missed expectation in November. The consumer price index rose only 0.9%y/y, following an uptick of 1.1% in the previous month, while market participants anticipated an increase of 1%y/y. This is the lo...
The European Union confirmed it will not extend equivalence for the Swiss stock exchange as of 31 December. Discussions are not ended: the Swiss Federal Council is expected to provide a formal statement, while President of the Confede...

Pre-G20 meeting observations relating to Sino-American talks have been capturing investors’ attention last week, with equities closing in positive territory amid short-lived optimism over UK Brexit deal approval by the EU and further oil...