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Is the current equity market recovery sustainable?

We offer you a succinct and non-exhaustive review of the market elements that could potentially influence equity markets in the coming weeks and months.

Supportive factors:

  • Confirmation of a rapid economic recovery (V shape scenario)

  • Energy and oil prices maintained at current low levels

  • Interest rates universe maintained at current low levels

  • Post-crash equity overvaluation reduction

  • Market discrimination at sector and stock level during the correction phase which implies a limited downward from current level

  • Central banks:

    • Increasing liquidity
    • Corporate Debt buyback program

Risk factors:

  • Revival of the sino-american economic war, unpredictability of the US President’s initiative

  • Covid-19 second wave

  • Economic recession underestimation

  • Continued declining earnings revisions

  • Market risk premium complacency

  • Joe Biden’s victory in the US Presidential Election

  • Uncontrolled indebtedness slippage (increasing risk of country bankruptcy)

  • Potential country nationalization (Europe)

  • Economic nationalism strengthening

  • Brexit

In view of the above mentioned elements, the potential for a further sharp fall seems limited. That said, it is difficult to be enthusiastic about market at the moment when listing all the risks.

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