The stock markets were able to increase again yesterday. But is this already the turnaround, as many believe? Decisive factors are still missing.
The stock markets were able to rise again yesterday. Thus, the massive losses since the beginning of the year were somewhat contained. But is this already the turnaround, as many believe? It doesn’t look like it. On the contrary, decisive conditions are still missing for the stock markets to really be able to reverse the trend. One of them is that the money promised by governments and central banks really does arrive quickly and effectively. But our financial system is not designed for this. Another key factor is a trend reversal, especially in corona figures in the US (especially New York). Is the peak really reached in mid-April, as the Trump administration assumes? The positioning of investors also continues to argue for a turnaround.