Forrester Boyd Wealth News September 2020

  • 24th September 2020

Markets expect more policy response to bridge shorter term disruptions

What has happened With Europe at the epicentre of the new viral restrictions we have become accustomed to late rallies in the US rather than selloffs. Yesterday the incremental vir...

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  • 23rd September 2020

Keeping a balance in portfolio's is crucial

What has happened Market leadership for defensive growth has been firmly re-established by the introduction of further restrictions as Europe enters winter after a protracted summe...

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  • 21st September 2020

As countries try to formulate plans to change the trajectory of the virus, what is happening in the markets?

What has happened Markets in Asia and Europe are selling off this morning as Coronavirus cases in Europe continue to rise, prompting expectations of further restrictions being anno...

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  • 18th September 2020

One of the main factors weighing on markets is the continued pick up in European coronavirus cases

What has happened Equity markets faltered yesterday as a combination of weaker than expected data and increased coronavirus cases impacted sentiment. As we have seen in recent days...

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  • 15th September 2020

The Internal Market Bill has passed its second reading but what does this mean to markets?

What has happened Risk appetite was supported yesterday by a series of M&A announcements as well as the resumption of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine trials. Europe underperform...

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  • 11th September 2020

UK-EU tensions appeared to hit a new low

What has happened Thursday proved to be another volatile day for investors, as US equities swung between gains and losses before taking a sharp leg lower after the European close. ...

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  • 10th September 2020

Brexit, Coronavirus and Banking Forecasts - read more about their impact on the financial markets

What has happened US technology shares saw a welcome rise on Wednesday, ending a three-day losing streak, although the positive move only partly offsets the past week’s correction....

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  • 8th September 2020

Economic recoveries very rarely improve in a straight line, and those following a pandemic are especially likely to see large fluctuations

What has happened While US markets were closed for Labor Day on Monday, European markets started the week in more confident mood, shrugging off the higher volatility that had beset...

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