News – EN – Market: at half mast after the fall in technology


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(CercleFinancecom) – The European stock markets fell back on Tuesday (-0.5% in London, -0.6% in Paris, -1.7% in Frankfurt), the day after a fall in American technology (- 2.5% on the Nasdaq) against a backdrop of rising bond rates

Investors consider that a rate hike is a risk factor for the stock markets by reviving concerns about the valuation of equities, especially on the side of the technology sector.

‘The level of rates matters less than the speed at which they rise, and when real rates start to move, prudence calls for monitoring equity valuation multiples,’ said Pictet Wealth Management.

‘Coronavirus pandemic recedes around the world The progressive vaccination process should further support this trend, ‘notes Commerzbank, warning however that’ in the EU, we are still far from it ‘

In the news of values, HSBC sells more than 1% in London, the bank having unveiled lower results for 2020, amputated by heavy provisions for bad debts and impairment charges due to the Covid crisis

InterContinental Hotels Group on the other hand takes nearly 3%, after the publication of preliminary annual results marked by adjusted EPS divided by ten to 31.3 cents, but still higher than analysts’ expectations

In Frankfurt, operators abandon the publication of the results of the health group Fresenius and its dialysis subsidiary Fresenius MedCare (-1% each), as well as that of the building materials group HeidelbergCement (-3%)

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News – EN – Market: at half mast after the fall in technology
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