Educación financiera

  • Trade War Will US, China strike a "real deal"?

    Markets reacted positively to President Trump's comment on a potential deadline extension to raising tariffs. But how likely would a deal be reached? más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 13 Feb 2019
  • Cybersecurity Protect your heart and your wallet

    Valentine's Day is a time to celebrate love and affection with candy, flowers and gifts. But for scam artists, it's a time to target those looking for companionship online. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 13 Feb 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Equity markets are travelling in hope

    Renewed optimism about a breakthrough on the US–China trade dispute helped push equity markets higher on 12 February after President Trump said that he could allow the 1 March deadline for increased tariffs to “slide” if “we’re close to a deal.” The S&P 500 gained 1.3% and closed above its 200-day moving average for the first time since 3 December. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 13 Feb 2019
  • Global risk radar Late cycle musings

    Volatility and risk aversion returned to markets in 2018, as the US economy started transitioning to a late stage of the business cycle. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 13 Feb 2019
  • Sustainable investing The Green New Deal

    The Green New Deal proposed by Democrats has been making headlines. Does it have a chance of becoming law? And how should it be viewed in the context of longer-term investing? más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 12 Feb 2019
  • Tax Should you wait to invest your tax refund?

    In our recent Investment Strategy Insights report, How should investors deal with lump sums?, we investigate the pros and cons of phasing capital into markets over time, versus a simple 'lump sum' strategy. When weighing these considerations for a given deposit, size matters. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 12 Feb 2019
  • UK Playing for time on Brexit

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to ask the Parliament today for another two weeks of Brexit negotiating time, according to media reports. What she would achieve with the extra time is unclear, with top EU negotiator Michel Barnier instead praising opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn's proposal for a permanent customs union which May has rejected. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 12 Feb 2019
  • Intellectual Capital Blog Strategic vs. equilibrium CMAs: Some FAQs

    Last week we updated the UBS WMA Capital Market Assumptions (CMA) and introduced a second set of estimated returns. The most frequent questions we’ve received since pertain to the differences between the existing “strategic” CMAs and the new “equilibrium” CMAs, which we address here. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 12 Feb 2019
  • House View Weekly – Deeper Dive Investors should fix the roof while the sun shines

    Global stocks have made an impressive comeback after a more than 16% slide in local currency terms in late 2018. But risks haven't vanished. Investors should use the market reprieve to prepare their portfolios for the next bout of volatility. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 11 Feb 2019
  • Investment strategy insights Where should I put my windfall?

    Receiving a lump sum can be a crucial turning point in your life. Regardless of whether you have just sold a business, or received a pension payment or inheritance, the most important first step is to devise an investment plan that is tailored to meet your financial aspirations. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 11 Feb 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Crude price weakness likely to prove short lived

    US crude futures traded 0.6% lower in morning trade on Monday as fears of slowing global growth, another potential US government shutdown and rising inventories at Cushing weighed on investor sentiment. Last week WTI futures fell 4.6% after recording their biggest January gain on record. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 11 Feb 2019
  • Markets Learning from the last bull market correction

    This time last year, equity valuations were beginning to move to the higher side of fair value, and credit spreads were near their lowest level since the financial crisis. It felt like there was little risk priced in—no wall of worry to climb. On top of this, investors had become acclimated to an environment of extreme calm. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 11 Feb 2019
  • Washington Weekly Another government shutdown looming?

    Next week, both the House and Senate will prioritize the passage of a comprehensive funding bill to avert another partial government shutdown after February 15. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 08 Feb 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Strong start for EM equities has further to run

    After a weak 2018, emerging market (EM) equities have returned with a bang, with a 7% return year-to-date in local currency terms. EM also started strongly last year, though things quickly turned for the worse amid an onrush of global and idiosyncratic headwinds. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 08 Feb 2019
  • Sustainable Investing Seven topics to consider in Sustainable Investing

    How does one evaluate corporate sustainability? And how does one see clearly through the potential confusion and uncertainty that comes with building sustainable portfolios for the first time? To help investors, UBS CIO has identified seven topics that could guide their investments as they think about sustainability. más

    • por UBS Equipo Editorial
    • 08 Feb 2019