Global equities declined for the second consecutive month in October. Rising new COVID-19 cases in the US and Europe was the primary reason for a selldown. Also, investors avoided risky assets on the backdrop of political uncertainty ahead of the US presidential election and the failed negotiation over Brexit.
In light of the questions that we have received about ETFs, we aim to cover the basics and provide investors with an overview on ETFs in this article.
The United States of America, or the US, is the world’s largest economy and the most influential country in the world. Therefore, the US Presidential election is the most-watched event globally.
September turned out to be a weak one. The equity market dropped for the first time after five straight months of positive returns. A slew of negative headlines hit across all markets, specifically at the beginning of September.
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