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Note from the CIO 10th November

Note from the CIO 10th November

US ELECTIONS WHAT HAS HAPPENED (IN CASE YOU HAVE BEEN LIVING UNDER A ROCK)? Joe Biden has won the US presidential election. The Senate will probably stay in Republican hands (all eyes are on Georgia for the results of the runoff in January). Biden had an ambitious agenda with regards […]

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Q3 2020 Macro Outlook – Where Now For The Global Economy?

Financial markets have rallied since April, with investors growing more confident that economies will turn around quickly from the fallout caused by the pandemic. Their optimism has increased in recent weeks as various countries have started to ease lock-down restrictions and tentative signs of stabilisation have emerged. Daily activity trackers […]

Investment planning in times of financial stress

Investment planning in times of financial stress

The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 has taken its toll on the world – the tragic loss of life, the devastating social distancing from loved ones and the financial impact on economies across the globe. Global equity markets fell sharply from the middle of February, with drawdown levels of -35% in […]

Note from the CIO 17th June

Note from the CIO 17th June

Financial markets have rallied since April, with investors growing confident that economies will turn around quickly from the fallout from the pandemic. Their optimism has grown stronger in recent weeks as various countries have started to ease lockdown restrictions and tentative signs of stabilisation have emerged. Daily activity trackers from […]

Note from the CIO 27th May

Note from the CIO 27th May

The first real pandemic in 100 years, the bursting of a credit and asset bubble that everyone believed in, and the incredible speed of the reversal has left many people bewildered, confused and grasping at straws. It is natural for human nature to look for hopeful outcomes at a time […]