Posts Tagged ‘risk’

Week in Review: Second-Half Outlook

Having crossed the halfway mark of 2020, the “rear-view mirror” will record the first six months of 2020 as one of the most fascinating and volatile periods for financial markets on record. With global equities having bottomed on the 23rd of March, the rebound witnessed in the 2nd quarter has been one of the sharpest…

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Week in Review: US Jobless Rate Soars

The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the jobs market in the U.S. and the world, with an April reading of labour conditions in the U.S. showing that a record 20.5 million people are out of work, bringing the unemployment rate to 14.7%, its worst level since the Great Depression by some measures, as businesses closed in…

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Week in Review: Markets Rebound Strongly in April

Despite stocks finishing mixed this week, global markets posted some of their best returns in decades during the month of April. A slowdown in new coronavirus cases and synchronized stimulus initiatives globally, improved sentiment from the March stock-market bottom. Volatility has also subsided from its recent highs but remains elevated. Economic data continues to point…

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What to consider when investing in International Property

Every investment portfolio requires regular assessment and perhaps adjustments as conditions change. Perhaps your portfolio is not diversified enough and is overexposed to the risks and uncertainties of one particular asset class or geographical market. There could be any number of factors that may signal that it’s time to make some sound adjustments. The best…

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