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Feb 9, 2018

LGT wins three Swiss Sponsorship Awards

LGT scooped up a total of three awards at the Swiss Sponsorship Awards 2018 with its project “LGT Young Soloists”. The private bank won the “International Sponsoring” category and took second place for “Culture Sponsoring”. It also received the audience award for its sponsoring commitment.

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Feb 23, 2018

LGT Navigator: Stocks hold up quite well despite mixed economic data

In addition to renewed interest rate fears, the latest economic data offered little support to European stock markets. However, on Wall Street the mood was more optimistic, as the leading indicator of the New York-based economic research group The Conference Board signaled a continued solid growth of the US economy. In Germany, on the other hand, the business climate in February deteriorated  surprisingly, according to the latest Ifo corporate survey.

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Feb 22, 2018

LGT Navigator: Fed prepares field for another rate hike

Minutes of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting at the end of January suggests that the Fed will raise its key interest rate again in March in view of solid economic prospects. US Treasury yields rose very close to the 3%. However, the Fed is likely to continue along the path of a gradual and cautious tightening of monetary policy under the leadership of new head Jerome Powell.

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Feb 21, 2018

LGT Navigator: US Fed Beige Book in focus

Investors are expecting new impulses from the US Federal Reserve's economic report this evening. The Fed's so-called Beige Book reflects the assessment of the twelve different US Federal Reserve districts on the current economic situation. The Beige Book will then serve as the Fed’s monetary policy decision basis.

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Feb 20, 2018

LGT Navigator: Awaiting new impetus

In view of the holiday-related absence of the US American stock exchanges (President's Day), European stock indices lacked clear momentum after an initially friendly start to the week causing the recent recovery to stutter. Stock markets in many Asian countries remained closed, including Hong Kong. On the Chinese mainland, markets are closed until Wednesday due to New Year's celebrations.

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