News

Sydinvest continuously monitors the global securities markets. News updates on current market developments focusing on areas of particular interest to Sydinvest unit-holders are available below.

 

  • 28-02-2017Notice convening the Annual General Meeting Notice convening the Annual General Meeting of Investeringsforeningen Sydinvest. The General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 28 March 2017 at 3:00pm at Sønderjyllandshallen, H.P. Hanssens Gade 7, 6200 Aabenraa, Denmark. Read more...
    Notice convening the Annual General Meeting
  • 07-02-2017Monthly reports - JanuaryInternational interest rates went up in January. The steepest increases were recorded in Europe as European economic growth is continuing at a moderate pace and inflation has risen. This has heightened speculation that the ultra-loose monetary policy era in Europe is coming to an end.  Read more...
    Monthly reports - January
  • 09-01-2017Monthly reports - DecemberThe upward pressure on US interest rates since Donald Trump was elected the next president continued in December as Trump is expected to conduct a more expansionary fiscal policy in future.  Read more...
    Monthly reports - December
  • 08-12-2016Monthly reports - NovemberIn November the unexpected election of Donald Trump as US president prompted rising bond yields in USA in particular and to a lesser extent in Europe and Japan. Trump has announced that he intends to pursue an expansionary fiscal policy to create new jobs in USA.  Read more...
    Monthly reports - November
  • 01-12-2016Lower risk categoriesWe have updated the Key Investor Information for Danish Bonds. Read more...
    Lower risk categories
  • 08-11-2016Monthly reports - OctoberInternational interest rates rose in October as inflation in mature countries has increased slightly from a low level. Also growth in the second half of the year appears to be slightly higher than in the first half.  Read more...
    Monthly reports - October
  • 10-10-2016Monthly reports - SeptemberGlobal equities moved predominantly sideways in September. The dominating event was the Fed’s decision to maintain its key rate at a very low level. However the Fed was divided on the issue and the governors’ statements indicate that we will see a rate hike before the end of the year.  Read more...
    Monthly reports - September
  • 07-09-2016Monthly reports - August The jitters following Brexit have subsided as the consequences for the international economy will probably not be as grave as feared. Instead focus has shifted to US monetary policy as the US economy is currently developing so strongly that a rate hike must be expected before long according to US Fed chairman Janet Yellen. Read more...
    Monthly reports - August
  • 07-09-2016Mergers in Danish BondsOn 29 August 2016 Danish Bonds B DKK Acc and Danish Bonds B DKK d merged with two new funds with identical names. Read more...
    Mergers in Danish Bonds
  • 08-07-2016 Monthly reports - JulyIn July the panic following Brexit subsided. Share markets largely recovered the ground lost and international interest rates settled at a low level. In the UK a new leader for the Conservatives and thus a new prime minister was soon elected.  Read more...
     Monthly reports - July