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There is reason to be optimistic for 2021 – the global growth outlook is expected to be strong and may even surprise on the upside.
Climate change, ESG, artificial intelligence, productivity, the rise of China and returns from bonds are some of the secular trends investors should follow
The UK is about to find out if it can claw its way out of the covid hole and restore a modicum of glory – at a time when the world’s eyes are on it.
As November draws to a close, equities have seen extraordinary gains so far this month.
Two pieces of data are top of mind for investors this week, the acceleration of US COIVD-19 cases & the US home price affordability growing exponentially.
Global equities did well this week, but this masks a large dispersion. Eu equities are up 7%. US equities are up just 1%. And NASDAQ is down on the week.
The market is preparing for a Biden presidency. While it is likely there will be recounts in certain states.
Over the last two weeks, commentators have been warning about increased “choppiness” in the markets.
With less than two weeks until the US election on 3rd November, the election remains a key event risk for markets and top of mind for investors.
Investors are preparing for a short “winter” period as markets grapple with the risks of the US election, Brexit turbulence and COVID-19 developments.
With the 5 largest US technology stocks accounting for 25% of the US stock market, one has to have a view on how the Big 5 will fare going forward.
The US presidential election remains top of mind for investors this week, becoming even more relevant as President Trump & the First Lady test positive.
At the start of September, commentators were warning that easy money had been made & markets were going to get a little choppier. This prediction was true.
With less than 50 days to go before the US Presidential election, election jitters are rising and the gap between Biden and Trump is beginning to tighten.
Multi-asset investors frequently get asked if bonds still to offer the diversification benefits upon which traditional equity-bond portfolios are founded.
On March 13th 2020, in the eye of the storm of the COVID-induced sell-off, Goldman Sach’s Risk Appetite Indicator was signalling a buying opportunity.
While the conditions were in place for a strong economic recovery, new developments in COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics are required to close the gap.
Global equities were up 0.5% & bond yields fell a little. Markets had very defensive characteristics, with Big Tech & Swiss stocks clear out-performers.
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