Greece: Time to Worry a Little or to Rejoy ?

Well, the markets are heading into panic mode, again. Brace yourself ! Lots of opportunities will probably arise, but wait a little, that dust settles down before chasing quality stocks at discounted prices, because right now, the market is still expensive and most quality stocks trade at a premium…

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3 questions on ECB – Barclays

Barclays’ equity research theme has published a note about the 3 questions investors may ask about ECB QE and its impact on market.

Source: Barclays

Source: Barclays

 

Here’s the summary:

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Forget QE. Eurozone has a bigger problem to deal with

And obvisouly, the equity market doesn’t seem to care (although that’s partly true). From SocGen’s quant team (one of the greatest read coming from a broker).

As shown in a report published today, SocGen reminds us that Eurozone equities have been a very nice performer over the last 30 months and « trade on an aggregate at P/E premium to the rest of Europe and the rest of the world ». The question they ask therefore is: « Where is the equity upside, if any, from ECB QE? »

First off, the rebound in EZ equity market has 2 reasons: the level of equity indices after the market crash of 2008-2009 and then after July 2012, the main driver of EZ equity rebound was of course multiple expansion, or, its equivalent, market risk premium compression. Lire la suite

JPMorgan: there is a better risk-reward in Eurozone equities

Here’s the summary of their views:

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