Here's an overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report (the flagship report of our institutional research service)
This week we covered the following topics/ideas:
1. Global Monetary Policy Pulse: The “over-easing” hypothesis could be a key factor in cementing what already looks like the beginning phases of a cyclical bull market in global equities (beyond the rebound).
2. Dividend Futures (FTSE100): Dividend futures may offer an attractive alternative means of gaining exposure to the bullish UK equities view (but a couple things need to go right).
3. Dividend Futures (EuroStoxx50): European dividend futures trade very similarly to UK dividend futures, and also offer an interesting alternative to taking a direct position in European equities.
4. US Dividend Outlook: The US dividend futures market trades more in line with what you would expect; yet the market implied growth rates look quite pessimistic vs analysts consensus.
5. CMA & ERP: The prospective Equity Risk Premium implied by the Capital Market Assumptions paints a challenging longer term picture for US equities [but with overshoot risk in the immediate term].
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