A review of the week of 11 January saw world equities overall down just over -1% in US Dollar and Sterling terms. Read more about the news headlines impacting financial markets.
David McFadzean was joined by Andrew Yeadon to talk through what investment trends we see in 2021 financial markets, the risks facing investors, and what that means for portfolios.
In a week of dramatic events that led to the US president facing his second impeachment proceedings, the US also saw the Georgia senate run-offs decided. Rebecca Cretney explains what that should mean for markets.
December was another strong month for investors as riskier assets continued their rise, given the good news offered by the COVID-19 vaccines, as Andrew Yeadon’s update explains.
James Robertson reviews the week of 8 December, which saw riskier assets return negative performances as markets were held back by Brexit, COVID-19 and the non-progression of US stimulus talks.
Colin Campbell is joined by two London property experts to discuss the current state of and outlook for the London residential property market following the highs and lows of 2020.
James Robertson reviews the week of 30 November, which saw markets remain in positive territory, albeit largely flat, James Robertson reviews the week of 30 November, which saw markets remain in positive territory, albeit largely flat, as the pandemic continued to surge ahead of the rollout of vaccines.
November was a good month for investors as riskier assets surged in value, led by a change in the fortunes of those parts of the market that had suffered since the pandemic hit, as Andrew Yeadon’s update explains.
James Robertson explains how markets have fared in the month-to-date, posting returns no one predicted at the start of November, as value stocks again outperformed their growth peers.
As the news of vaccine developments unfolded, we made changes to our clients' managed investment portfolios to position them for market movements over the coming months, as Rebecca Cretney explains.