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The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Sep 2022

Investments, trends and recommendations (sept)

Stock market: storm in sight for banking stocks //
EUR/USD: the fall continues //
China’s property crisis: bankruptcies in sight… //
Building materials: shortages are worsening

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Stock market: storm in sight for banking stocks

The eurozone banking sector, once again shaken to its foundations by the latest scandal, Cum-Ex files[1], is the subject of some doubts on the stock market, torn between the profit prospects offered by the rise in rates and the economic deterioration that could push up the cost of risk[2].

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(open letter to European Atlanticists) NATO and Atlanticist circles are shamelessly crowing about the superb unity displayed by the Allied camp "thanks" to the suffering in Ukraine : "Who would have [...]

In the most troubled times, our method of political anticipation leads us to return to future facts and to broaden our vision. To see more clearly, we need our traditional [...]

This article was edited by Pierre-Alix Pajot, a History-Geography teacher, former intern at the French Embassy in Sarajevo. His work focused initially on the integration of Serbia into the European [...]

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