That is what market watchers at Bankinter believe after Mr Bullard’s (Fed) and Mr Haldane’s (BoE) interventions on Friday. However, they add,
“it is one thing if falls are softened or even stopped, and a different thing altogether to see a rebound.”
Markets have lost pace and it will take time to recover it, for which more stimuli are necessary. However, it is important to mention that it is not a problem of market valuations but a problem of markets per se. Experts at Bankinter explain that companies are now much more valuable than before, yet not thanks to an improvement in profit expectations, but thanks to “ultra-reduced” interest rates.
Nonetheless, bonds have even more value because inflation has decreased, which doesn’t favour company values because it limits an increase in income.
“Such falls will bring spectacular opportunities because the rhythm of the economic recovery has slowed down,” the experts explain.
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