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S&P 500 Becomes Most Profitable Assets Since 2008 Financial Crisis


Deutsche Bank analysts have complied the list of the most profitable financial assets over the last 10 years. S&P 500 is recognized the best asset for long-term investments. Those who have been investing in this asset since 2007, now can enjoy slightly over 100% on top of their investments, the experts report. American junk bonds yield to S&P 500 in terms of profitability. As of the Russian stock market, it’s one of the outsiders.

 

 

 

 

 

August 9th, 2007 is the starting point. This is when the latest financial crisis started to develop. After the crisis, those who started investing in S&P 500 have gained 106%.

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As for the U.S. junk bonds, they have made their investors 95% since the global crisis. Those are high-yield bonds with credit rating Ba/ВВ and below or unrated securities.
 
Gold happens to be the 3rd most profitable asset of the past 10 years with 87%. All in all, the list includes 38 most profitable assets of the decade. Deutsche Bank experts have been closely watching those assets over the reporting period. They report that 27 of those asset have shown positive profitability and the remaining of them turn out to be unprofitable.
 
The report also indicates that the profitability of the bonds emitted by developed economies ranges from 35% to 80% over the same reporting period of 10 years. If to take into account the European stock market, DAX (Germany) has grown by 38% over the period, which is the highest growth of all the European stock indexes. As for Stoxx 600 and FTSE 100, they have gained 22% and 125 respectively.
 

 

At the same time, Bloomberg reports that investing in most of the commodities available for investing these days would have made investors lose 50% of their investments on average over the last 10 years. The common European currency and European stocks would have resulted in losses as well. At the same time, any investments in the U.S. Dollar and American stocks would have made investors some money.

 

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Saudi Arabia Doesn’t Want Oil Prices to Grow Too Fast

Reuters reports that Saudi Arabia doesn’t want oil prices to grow too fast. This is what Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of Saudi Arabia Khalid A. Al-Falih told during his speech at the UN Climate Change Conference 2017 in Bonn, Germany.

Publication date: 19 November 08:58 AM

What’s the Fair Price of Crude Oil Today?

For many economies out there, especially those dependent on the export of crude oil, oil prices have always been a major indicator to monitor. These days, the international expert community is divided over the future of the global oil market. 

Publication date: 18 November 09:36 AM

Crude Oil Stops Being a Lifeline for the Russian Ruble

 The U.S. Dollar is getting more expensive against the Russian Ruble again as the Russian currency is feeling pressure from the new round of the Western sanctions. Crude oil seems to have stop saving the day for the Russian economy and national currency.

Publication date: 18 November 09:33 AM

Oil Market Shows No Reaction To Optimistic OPEC Report

Oil market showed almost no reaction to the annual OPEC oil report released on November 13th, even though the report happened to be fairly optimistic. In particular, while WTI oil futures for December delivery increased in price by as little as 0,11% up to $56,80/b, Brent oil futures for January delivery lost 0.09% and moved down to $63,46/b.

Publication date: 18 November 09:26 AM

Russia Is Still Dependent On Crude Oil

Is the Russian economy getting rid of its dependency on crude oil? Even though Russian politicians say that’s really the case, famous Russian economist Igor Nikolaev tried to find out the truth backed by figures.

Publication date: 17 November 11:52 AM

High Oil Prices Threaten OPEC+

 Today’s oil prices, which are relatively high, as well as some tensions in Saudi Arabia, may hinder the prolongation of the OPEC+ agreement signed last year, PRIME reports.

Publication date: 17 November 11:49 AM

Oil Prices Won’t Exceed $75/b, BofA Experts Say

Even if the geopolitical situation is the most favorable for the global oil market, oil prices are still never going to exceed the $75/b threshold again, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA) experts believe.

Publication date: 17 November 11:13 AM

Wall Street Banks Improve Their Oil Forecasts

For the first time in 6 months, Wall Street banks seem to be optimistic about the near future of crude oil, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Publication date: 10 November 07:06 AM

Cryptocurrency Market Cap Goes Above $200 Billion

Last week, the cryptocurrency market capitalization exceeded the $200 billion threshold for the first time in history. According to Coinmarketcap, a resource monitoring 1254 digital currencies on 6400 online exchanges, Bitcoin was the biggest market driver of the market-cap rally. 

Publication date: 10 November 01:12 AM

CME Group Announces Bitcoin Futures

CME Group, the world’s biggest operator of futures exchanges, has announced Bitcoin futures, the world’s first and most popular cryptocurrency to date. The information was first made public by The Financial Times.

Publication date: 10 November 01:08 AM