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In what has generally been a data-light week, the news still points to a subdued picture. Global equity & bond funds posted net inflows.
In this week’s update the markets have had a strong start to the new year as inflation lowers.
2022 was definitely a memorable year, however, for all the wrong reasons. No one could foretell all the events that would unfold.
Will inflation begin to fall and interest rates top out from here? Will growth get a lift from the reopening of China after covid lockdowns?
Following a two week hiatus, we take a look at what's happened in the markets, including bond yields, a decline in energy prices and volatility.
This week, it’s all about the bond market & if now is a good time to be revisiting bonds? With a growing argument to say yes, we take a deeper look.
With the US midterm elections around the corner, US inflation was lower than expected and shows signs of a change in direction.
Another eventful week in markets dominated by the Fed’s decision on rates & the BoE also saw a rate hike endorsed by all nine voting members.
In this week’s update the UK finally seems to have some sort of stability, as through the revolving door, Liz Truss exits and Rishi Sunak enters.
Following the appointment of Jeremy Hunt as Chancellor, another shock announcement rocked the UK on Thursday, as Liz Truss resigned as PM.
Fears of recession have gripped Q3, as markets fear central banks will overcook interest rate hikes while trying to compensation for rising inflation.
Last week proved eventful yet again for the UK, as Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng was dismissed & replaced by Jeremy Hunt, after less than 6 weeks.
Another quarter to test the mettle of investors. Inflation hasn’t been as transitory as many thought & rising interest rates can leave few places to hide.
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.
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