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18th Feb 2021
Stock markets have moved ahead again over the past four weeks, led by Tokyo in particularly buoyant mood, up by more than 5% over this period.
11th Feb 2021
Global equity markets wobbled in the last week of January as a squeeze in a number of heavily shorted stocks developed, leading rapidly to risk reduction by hedge funds and several days of heavy volume.
21st Jan 2021
We have had an eventful Christmas and New Year period with the final days of Trump’s presidency descending into riot.
13th Jan 2021
This period spans the year-end and the major international equity markets have all improved further by around 3%, though Japanese stocks stand-out with a near 6% gain.
18th Dec 2020
This period has seen international stock markets continuing in the cheerful vein established after the US Presidential Election and successful COVID-19 vaccine results.
9th Dec 2020
The four-week period since our last note has seen a continuation of the rally in international equity markets along with a bit more ‘business as usual’ as the NASDAQ out-performed the broader markets again.
13th Nov 2020
The four weeks since our last commentary have been eventful - all the major markets sank to the end of October, worrying about a steep rise in COVID-19 cases in the West along with the impending US Presidential Election.