Market View

October 17, 2017

Equities: The local stock market was closed yesterday due to holidays. On Friday, the UX index added 1.2% on a 4.5% rise in DOEN and buying support across other index stocks including BAVL (+0.5%), MSICH (+0.5%) and UNAF (+0.1%). CEEN (-0.3%) was the only one to inch lower. In foreign markets yesterday, we saw sharp volatility in FXPO, which traded between GBp 285-297 and closed 0.7% down. Agro names were mixed, with KER and AST adding 0.5% and 1.9%, respectively, while MHP lost 1.3% in healthy turnover. Weaker Asian markets and global equity futures point to a lower opening in Ukraine today.

Fixed income: It would seem that the Washington DC conferences last week have left investors with a rather mixed impression and, if not outright disappointed, at least searching for more clarity. As a result, the sovereign curve was slightly depressed at the long end, with prices off by 0.25pt. Quasi-sovereigns and corporates continued to outperform, with state-owned banks recording small gains and DTEK jumping by nearly 1pt in thin liquidity.

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Name Close 1d, % 1m, % YTD, %
DAX 13,004 0.09 3.54 13.26
FTSE100 7,527 (0.11) 3.77 5.38
KP-Dragon 2,147 0.17 (4.02) 35.70
MICEX 2,106 0.36 2.30 (5.66)
PFTS 297.1 0.00 2.41 12.04
S&P500 2,558 0.18 2.15 14.24
UX 1,219 0.00 8.21 53.14
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