Treasuries al 3%: la soglia psicologica di mercato spiegata dal modello Fed

Per quanto siano asset class aventi differente natura e, a detta di molti, addirittura antitetiche, equity e bond dovrebbero convergere verso il fatidico “fair value”. A dirlo è stato Ed Yardeni nel lontano 1997 ed espliciti riferimenti alla bontà del modello sarebbero giunti dalla stessa Fed sotto la guida dell’allora presidente Alan Greenspan. Egli stesso […]

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DailyInternship Interview

Today we interviewed Marco Cortinovis, the CEO and one of the founders (with Virginia, Francesco and Gianmarco) of DailyInternship, a new start-up aimed to find easily and smartly new internships daily around Europe, and with whom Cattolica Global Markets Magazine has a partnership from one year.   “We started DailyInternship with a clear idea to […]

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USA vs CINA: la guerra dei dazi

A più di un anno di distanza dall’annuncio dei primi dazi la guerra tra Donald Trump e Xi Jinping continua a salire di livello e a spaventare i mercati. La prima mossa di Washington è stato l’annuncio nel mese di marzo 2018 dell’innalzamento del 25 per cento su circa 50 miliardi di beni di importazione […]

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Islamic finance: new chance for European markets

Europe is proving to be an ideal place for the Islamic finance development: just think that in the old continent the connection between economy and religion is still very strong. During 2017, 90% of savers who opened fixed-term bank accounts at Al Rayan Bank were non-Muslims. Al Rayan is an Islamic bank in the UK […]

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A time for unicorns: Nexi IPO

We just left one of the hottest month in terms of IPOs. Indeed, at NYSE and Nasdaq we saw 2 unicorns’ IPO’s: Pinterest and Zoom, that both did better than Lyft (Uber’s competitor), whose IPO took place at the end of March. Specifically, Pinterest, the social network of photos/videos/images, fixed a placement price at $ […]

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