Summary quotes from a note dated Dec 1st: Continuer la lecture de « Merrill Lynch’s X Asset Views 2018: Higher, but Harder »
Goldman recommends investors to « remain pro-risk » going into 2018, meaning overweight equities, be neutral on credit and underweight bonds. Continuer la lecture de « Remain Pro-Risk – Goldman Sachs »
Morgan Stanley keeps a bullish call on equities in cross asset 2018 outlook published today, but ups government bonds to « Equal-Weight » and lowers credit to « Underweight ». Timing will be tricky. The bank also prefers EM debt. Continuer la lecture de « Morgan Stanley Favors Equities in 2018, Ups Bonds »
Investors are getting nervous about inflation. Per BofAML « Flow Show » weekly report released today, TIPS recorded their 3rd highest weekly inflows (chart) while getting out of High Yield ($9.8 bn outflows over past 4 weeks). With $1.2bn, it’s one of the highest level of inflows since Nov 2016.
Jan Loeys has been working as the head of asset allocation for JPMorgan, where he has spent 31 years. He was famously known for the « JPMorgan View » report, published every Friday.
I couldn’t retrieve the apparent last note published but Zerohedge did, so here are some quotes from the full text that you can find there. Continuer la lecture de « Interesting Lessons from Jan Loeys »
2017 has been a pretty good year for credit investors so far, and this might continue providing inflation doesn’t accelerate too much, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch credit strategists. Continuer la lecture de « Credit : Merrill Lynch cautiously optimistic for 2018 »
And leverage has been building up since the global financial crisis, contrary to most belief. So if you think the streak of bad luck Altice has been facing recently is just a one-off, think again. Continuer la lecture de « Leverage Sets the Stage for the Next Crisis »