Decimal Point Analytics has released the edition of AssetPulse today.
Online PR News – 17-September-2019 – Mumbai – The latest monthly consensus view on US Equities has been presented as Bullish. Amid the widespread unrest in financial markets, investors have found solace in the fact that the Federal Reserve has the required ammunition and it stands ready to combat slowing economic growth in the US. Additionally, the spill over from the slowdown in China and the European Union has had very little impact on US retail sales, housing, wages, and employment. Meanwhile, the outlook for GBP/USD is Bearish, as the Brexit outcome remains highly uncertain.
Decimal Point Analytics has released the September 2019 edition of AssetPulse today.
AssetPulse includes a summary of major global investment bank's outlook on various asset classes. The report covers US, European, GCC & EM Equities, Currencies, Fixed Income and Commodities. It also includes a consensus recommendation and target price for each asset class.
This report is released every month by Decimal Point Analytics for the benefit of the wealth advisory community.
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About Decimal Point Analytics
Decimal Point Analytics is a financial research and analytics company incorporated in 2003 with headquarters at Mumbai. It is an independent, management owned company, which provides actionable analytics to financial services companies. It offers customized solutions to investment management businesses that address specific challenges. It enables these customers to supplement their operations with additional resources and augment research processes using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies like Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Big Data.
Decimal Point Analytics has presence across four global locations including the United States, UK and India.