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equities may 2017

IPE Expectations Indicator May 2017

May 2017 (Magazine)By

A key metric for interpreting manager expectations is the difference between those expecting a rise and those expecting a fall. Having data to analyse, trends, trend shifts and historical highs and lows helps make things clearer. While there are many themes worth noting, there is only one universally negative point, which is historically low and in a strong downtrend.

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IPE Expectations Indicator April 2017

April 2017 (Magazine)By

The latest manager poll has two main themes: markets are weak and levels of sentiment are extreme.

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IPE Expectations Indicator March 2017

March 2017 (Magazine)

When a shift in sentiment begins, the euphoria does not dull universally; rather, the centre remains lustrous, while the edges are the first to fade

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IPE Expectations Indicator February 2017

February 2017 (Magazine)

With two full months of post-US election information to sift though, shifts in manager expectations have been as extreme as some reactions to, and rhetoric from, our newest world leader. Even more so than the prior month, the conviction that there will be movements in certain asset classes is surprisingly high. 

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IPE Expectations Indicator January 2017

January 2017 (Magazine)

What a difference a month makes. With the previous indicator poll taken days before the US election, this month’s results illustrate how managers have digested markets’ reactions to the outcome

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IPE Expectations Indicator December 2016

December 2016 (Magazine)

With the US election over, the opportunity of interpreting expectations of managers just prior to it is interesting. There were some interesting changes in the most recent period, but by far the most intriguing was the shifting of expectations to stability in equity markets without significant changes elsewhere.

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IPE Expectations Indicator November 2016

November 2016 (Magazine)

Summer is over. Gone for the next nine months are the warm nights, and worry-free days…correction, only the warm nights have gone. The worry-free days did not exist this summer, and they still do not. 

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IPE Expectations Indicator October 2016

October 2016 (Magazine)By

The current survey period captured the end of the summer. The number of managers voicing concern about interest rate policy is high. However, the current environment has yet to reflect the alarms of many major investors and the survey results indicate most managers expect little dramatic near-term movement. Whether it is not yet the season for action, or investors expect the status quo to continue, is yet unclear.

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IPE Expectations Indicator September 2016

September 2016 (Online)By

As time passes since the UK’s decision to leave the EU, some of the trends of the months prior have returned. This includes: outperforming US equity markets and dwindling faith in US dollar strength against the euro and yen (albeit with some volatility) and in sterling, which continues to drift lower after its post-Brexit decline. Whether managers’ expectations have recovered as quickly as these trends is the subject of this month’s review.

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IPE Expectations Indicator August 2016

August 2016 (Online)By

The expectation survey for August was completed in a post-Brexit market environment in which uncertainty was high, but cooler heads ultimately prevailed. Initial reactions caused a rebound in USD strength and an equity market sell-off, which was ultimately short-lived. Nevertheless, disrupted markets will influence expectations and results from the survey reflect managers’ concerns towards riskier assets.

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IPE Expectations Indicator July 2016

July / August 2016 (Magazine)By

During the survey period, managers experienced a different environment than during the two prior months. The dollar reversed its weakening trend, and commodity prices diverged as oil prices rose, metals’ declined, and coming screaming to the forefront of geopolitical headlines was the Brexit vote.

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IPE QUEST

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IPE Quest is a manager search facility that connects institutional investors and asset managers.

  • QN-2311

    Asset class: Cash.
    Asset region: OECD.
    Size: EUR 20-200 m.
    Closing date: 2017-05-26.

  • QN-2315

    Asset class: All/Large Cap Equities.
    Asset region: Global Emerging Markets.
    Size: $150m.
    Closing date: 2017-05-29.

  • QN-2316

    Asset class: All/Large Cap Equities.
    Asset region: Global Emerging Markets.
    Size: EUR 200m.
    Closing date: 2017-05-31.

  • QN-2317

    Asset class: All/Large Cap Equities.
    Asset region: Global Emerging Markets.
    Size: EUR 200m.
    Closing date: 2017-05-31.

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