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Market Impact: Russia/Ukraine
How markets are reacting to the conflict and what it means for investors
Quarterly insight from our equity teams to help clients navigate the markets and opportunities ahead.
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Inflation and monetary tightening are leaving investors searching for clues as to what’s next for financial markets.
Rates uncertainty and market volatility remain in focus for investors in credit as central banks move more aggressively on their tightening path.
The Bank of England’s May meeting has stoked recession and stagflation risks, and a more measured approach to tightening.
In raising rates by 50 basis points, the Federal Reserve acknowledges the need to prioritize accelerating inflation.
The renminbi’s resilience has faltered as appetite for Chinese assets has turned. What does this mean for China’s markets as the country faces a rekindled policy trilemma?
What are the opportunities in the healthcare sector in today’s uncertain financial markets?
The outlook for growth equities as market dynamics shift.
The challenge for central banks has grown more complicated with volatility in bond markets and mounting inflationary pressures. Investors face a similar balancing act in navigating the central bank policy divergence that is set to characterise 2022 and beyond.
A little over a week on from the beginning of the conflict, Ben Lofthouse, Head of Global Equity Income, explores how markets have reacted.
Has the fundamental picture for U.S. large-cap stocks changed in a shifting macro environment?
What history can teach us about the potentially costly effects of making drastic portfolio changes during uncertain times.
The shift toward tighter monetary policy has been – and likely will continue to be – a dominant theme in financial markets.