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It’s been another rocky period for investors, with both global stock and bond markets down during the first quarter of 2022.
Imagine on 1 January 2021 someone found a newspaper which foretold all the events of 2021. How do you think they would have invested?
With not much changing between the start & the end of the period, the third quarter of 2021 is likely to go down as a forgettable one for investors.
One of China's largest property developers dominates market headlines. Having racked up debts of $300bn, it is now struggling to pay interest on loans.
UK employment has picked up significantly with over 240,000 jobs being added as the furlough scheme is due to end this month.
There are suggestions from major central banks that they may begin to withdraw their policies intended to support economic growth.
There have been downward revisions to growth forecasts for Q3 & possibly beyond, with many arguing that rising cases of the Delta variant are the cause.
While recent US-related news has focused on the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, things seem to be on the up in corporate America.
US Fed talk of tapering by year-end, further clampdowns by China on its big tech and rising delta variant cases placing further strains on supply chains.
Months of negotiations have proved successful as US Senate pass President Biden's $1trn infrastructure bill.
It has been a heavy news-flow week of economic data for both activity and employment, and neither disappointed.
China is tightening up on financing restrictions to Local Government Financing Vehicles (LGFVs) to reduce risks from hidden debt.
A Global Public Investor Survey was conducted and published last week by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum.
Investors are becoming increasingly aware of inflation, with prices rising. But the US Federal Reserve has been saying this inflation is transitory.
Q2 was a pleasing one for investors. The global stock market rose 7.4% in the 3 months to the end of June with multiple sectors delivering positive gains.
Although bonds have been gaining again, bond yields have now fallen back to their lower end. But what have been the major factors driving the markets?
The US administration reached an infrastructure deal valued at $1.2trn over 8 years, which includes transportation, internet & environmental remediation.
A rapidly recovering economy and increasing house prices are the main reasons behind several banks bringing forward their interest rate hiking timetables.
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