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Avec des sites à Bâle, Berne, Genève, Lugano et Zurich, nous faisons partie du plus grand groupe mondial de private banking et de gestion d’actifs entièrement détenu par une famille d’entrepreneurs. En tant que Family Office de la Maison princière de Liechtenstein, nous jouissons d’une riche expérience dans la gestion de grandes fortunes.

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May 17, 2019

LGT Navigator: Sentiment on capital markets remains fragile

While positive signals from the US economy were able to push concerns about the trade conflict back into the background for the time being, fears of a renewed confrontation between Italy and the EU Commission are causing uncertainty on European stock markets in particular.

The minutes of the US Federal Reserve's last monetary policy decision on March 20 confirmed the Fed's wait-and-see attitude. There are still "significant uncertainties" in the economic outlook, and latest US inflation data will probably not put pressure on the Fed to raise key interest rates again in the near future. ECB President Mario Draghi continues to see growth risks for the euro zone and recent economic data have confirmed that the pace of growth in the euro area is slowing. Nevertheless, the likelihood of a recession remains low.

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May 16, 2019

LGT Navigator: Lurking risks and mixed US economic signals

An impending further escalation of the trade conflict, geopolitical tensions in the Gulf region and interspersed US economic data caused stock inves-tors to hold back. Meanwhile, US retail sales disappointed in April with an unexpected drop of -0.2% from the previous month (consensus +0.2%). Americans, for example, spent less money on cars, electronics and building materials.

The minutes of the US Federal Reserve's last monetary policy decision on March 20 confirmed the Fed's wait-and-see attitude. There are still "significant uncertainties" in the economic outlook, and latest US inflation data will probably not put pressure on the Fed to raise key interest rates again in the near future. ECB President Mario Draghi continues to see growth risks for the euro zone and recent economic data have confirmed that the pace of growth in the euro area is slowing. Nevertheless, the likelihood of a recession remains low.

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May 15, 2019

LGT Navigator: Trade conflict weighs on economic expectations

The ongoing and escalating trade dispute between the US and China is not only creating a tense mood on the stock markets, but is also leading to a gloomy assessment of economic expectations. The analysts and institutional investors surveyed monthly by the Mannheim-based economic research institute ZEW, showed their expectations for the coming half year in May to be 5.2 points down to minus 2.1 points.

The minutes of the US Federal Reserve's last monetary policy decision on March 20 confirmed the Fed's wait-and-see attitude. There are still "significant uncertainties" in the economic outlook, and latest US inflation data will probably not put pressure on the Fed to raise key interest rates again in the near future. ECB President Mario Draghi continues to see growth risks for the euro zone and recent economic data have confirmed that the pace of growth in the euro area is slowing. Nevertheless, the likelihood of a recession remains low.

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May 14, 2019

LGT Navigator: Trade dispute downward spiral

On the stock markets, investors are feeling the uncertainty of the recent escalation in the trade dispute between the US and China. In the meantime, China countered and announced punitive tariffs on additional US import goods with a volume of USD 60bn. In Asia, the stock markets were under pressure to sell, albeit not as strongly as Wall Street.

The minutes of the US Federal Reserve's last monetary policy decision on March 20 confirmed the Fed's wait-and-see attitude. There are still "significant uncertainties" in the economic outlook, and latest US inflation data will probably not put pressure on the Fed to raise key interest rates again in the near future. ECB President Mario Draghi continues to see growth risks for the euro zone and recent economic data have confirmed that the pace of growth in the euro area is slowing. Nevertheless, the likelihood of a recession remains low.

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May 13, 2019

LGT Bank Ltd. to establish Euro Medium Term Note Programme

LGT Bank Ltd. is in the process of establishing a Euro Medium Term Note Programme with UBS Europe SE and Citigroup Global Markets Limited acting as arrangers.

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Notre famille de propriétaires, la Maison princière de Liechtenstein, compte parmi les plus anciennes familles aristocratiques d’Europe. En tant que famille d’entrepreneurs multipliant les succès, elle cultive une perspective résolument axée sur le long terme, qui s’exprime également dans l’univers visuel des collections princières.

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Heinrich Henckel, CEO LGT Bank Suisse

"LGT Bank Suisse incarne un Swiss Private Banking de premier ordre – depuis des générations, nous sommes un partenaire fiable pour nos clients."

Heinrich Henckel, CEO LGT Bank Suisse

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LGT's financial results for the first half of 2019 will be released on August 22, 2019.