Global equities rose 1.46% in sterling over the final quarter of 2019, closing the year up 22.38%. Risky assets recovered from their late-2018 sell-off as the Federal Reserve changed tack, easing monetary policy through three interest rate cuts.Download this article
Global bonds and equities rose over the third quarter of 2019, returning 4.02% and 3.38% respectively in sterling as the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank (ECB) eased monetary policy.Download this article
The second quarter of 2019 was a strong period for markets as global equities and bonds returned 6.28% and 5.76% respectively in sterling in response to increasing prospects of US monetary easing.Download this article
Global equities rallied after the sell-off in late 2018, rising 9.79% in sterling over the quarter. A shift in US monetary policy and dovish rhetoric from the Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, stemmed the ebbing tide of investor confidence.Download this article
The year 2019 opened to a world of worry, contrasting with the investor optimism prevailing in January 2018. Global equities fell 10.57% in sterling terms over the nal quarter of 2018, erasing most of the previous two quarters’ gains and leaving the loss for the year at 3.27% in sterling.Download this article
The sharp falls in equities and bonds during early October overshadowed the benign market conditions of the third quarter of 2018. In the rst half of the month, global equities fell 6.40% in sterling, eradicating the 5.70% gain during the third quarter.Download this article
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