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+++ Exchanges Ticker +++ – Swiss Stock Exchange launches with light gains in the week News

Monday, August 21st, 2017 | Economy

The three-day conference, which begins on Wednesday in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is expected to provide evidence of future monetary policy. However, according to an insider, ECB CEO Mario Draghi is not expected to make any predictions about the expected reduction in the value of securities purchases. US policy is also causing the market participants to continue to worry. Many investors doubt that President Donald Trump can boost economic growth as promised. The planned joint maneuvers of the USA and South Korea are also causing nervousness.
The SMI notes on Monday after barely two hours by 0.3 percent higher at 8900 points. At week-end, the lead index fell by 0.8 per cent.
The volatility index increases further after the jump from Friday to 1.5 percent. According to Credit Suisse experts, the increased level of the fear barometer suggests that the terrorist attack in the Spanish city of Barcelona last Thursday, the geopolitical risks associated with North Korea and the uncertainty about US monetary policy continue to dampen investor sentiment ,
The majority of the standard values ​​are for the most part, the surcharges usually remaining below 1 percent. With a Kursplus of 1.9 percent, the Swisscom company Swisscom is leading the list of winners. This is followed by the shares of the Swatch and Richemont watchmaking companies, the Sika construction company and Adecco, the personal service provider, with gains of more than half a percent and more. The Index Heavyweights Nestlé and Novartis are also rising by about half a percentage, while the third SMI giant Roche yields 0.2 per cent.
The largest losses are recorded by Credit Suisse and UBS, which are down 0.5% and 0.2%. The SGS inspection company also lost some value, while the cement producer Lafarge-Holcim is unchanged.
Sonova shares are up 0.3 percent. The hearing aid manufacturer does not expect major takeovers in the market in the near future, as company manager Lukas Braunschweiler of "Finanz und Wirtschaft" said: "I do not want to exclude minor arrangements."
The shares of Dufry are 0.6 percent higher. The Chinese HNA group controlled a purchase position totaling 20.9 percent of the duty-free shop operator. HNA and Dufry want to explore areas for collaboration to expand business with Chinese customers.
Tecan's shares are pushing 1.3 per cent down on earnings. After the interim report, the laboratory equipment manufacturer had gained considerably in the previous week.
The Vontobel share is 0.1 percent higher. The private bank assumes an undisclosed price from the Raiffeisen subsidiary Notenstein La Roche an Eastern Europe portfolio with assets under management of around two billion Swiss francs.
The Swiss market index fell by 0.1 percent in early trading on Monday. On the mood still the "felt political chaos" in the US government, it is. Lastly, doubts were raised as to whether US President Donald Trump could carry out his full-bodied election promises on a larger scale.
In the US, the important indices also fell sharply in comparison to the Europe final on Friday evening. On the stock exchanges of Asia it ran meanwhile, but there were no major deviations. Otherwise, the week starts at first rather quiet. On the economic side, it is also quite quiet throughout the whole week. The biggest event will be the meeting of the central bankers in Jackson Hole from Thursday to Saturday. Among other things, Fed CEO Janet Yellen and ECB boss Mario Draghi will speak; But no significant statements are expected.
Positive outliers are Lindt & Sprüngli (+1.8 percent). The registered shares are recommended for purchase by UBS. The target price of the bank rose significantly to 75,000 from 66,000 Swiss francs (cash article). Adecco (+0.1 percent) is also more secure, following a price increase by Goldman Sachs. The rating remains "neutral".
Credit Suisse (-0.3 percent) and UBS (-0.2 percent) are affected by a collective complaint in the US. At the same time, pension funds raise collusion on various lending banks in order to prevent competition.
The heavyweights Nestlé (-0.1 percent) and Roche (-0.4 percent) also opened deeper. Nestlé is faced with a complaint in the US on the water business. In a collective complaint from customers the marketing company fraud at the mineral water mark "Poland Spring" is accused, writes the Wall Street Journal.
On the broad market on Monday, the only metal train on the half-year basis (-2 percent). In addition, Basilea (-0.3 percent), after Franklin Templeton reduced its stake to less than 5 percent after a good 9 percent.
In the wake of the terrorist attack in Spain on Friday, the company is mainly hit by pressure from the aviation industry and tourism:
Terror attacks hits European stocks & shares https://t.co/N9cj5m4J8H
– Victor Finance (@victorfinance) August 21, 2017
Asia's stock markets have ended the trade, which was rather negative due to concern for an economic weakening of the US and an expansion of the North Korean conflict. "Investors are concerned that Trump's policy will remain fragile and that its ability to implement the promises is limited," said analyst Masahiro Ichikawa from Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management. The Nikkei closed 0.4 percent lower at 19'393.13 points. At times he had rushed to the lowest level in 16 weeks. The broader topix lost 0.1 percent.
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– Yahoo Singapore (@YahooSG) August 21, 2017
The SMI drops by 0.2 percent in the pre-market, falling to 8857 points. As has been seen in the Asian markets, investors are losing confidence in a more economic US policy under President Donald Trump. In addition, US-South Korean military maneuvers are unsettling markets. These are criticized by North Korea, which causes new fears about a nuclear escalation in the East Asian Sea. On Friday the leading index fell by 0.8 per cent. Even the three-day meeting of the central bankers in the US Jackson Hole from Wednesday will hardly promote the risk situation, it said.
At the same time, the downturn hits the banks and cyclists somewhat more strongly than the rest of the market (at pre-market prices). UBS (-0.25 percent) and Credit Suisse (-0.21 percent) belong to a group of banks which, as announced today, are facing another US lawsuit for credit agreements. Only SMI stock, which is above-market, is Adecco (+0.06 percent).
At the beginning of the week oil prices kept their clear profits from Friday and hardly moved in early trading. A barrel (159 liters) of the North Sea Brent for delivery in October cost 52.67 dollars on Monday morning. That was five cents less than on Friday.
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– mediatusiness (@mediat_biz) August 21, 2017
Many investors are doubtful whether President Donald Trump can boost economic growth as promised. "Every day comes something new that worries the market," said analyst Hikaru Sato of Daiwa Securities.
Investors were therefore risk-averse. Recently, Trump fired his right-wing chief Steve Bannon. On Monday, joint military exercises by the US and South Korea, which North Korea has sharply criticized, caused further nervousness.
The Nikkei with the 225 standard values ​​drops 0.3 percent to 19'403 points. On the sales lists, for example, there were financials. For example, the shares of Mitsubishi UFJ gave 1.3 per cent and Nomura 1.8 per cent.
The dollar barely changed to the euro and recorded with 1.1753. Compared to the Japanese currency, the greenback cost 109.22 yen.


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