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In this monthly report, we will review MYTHEO’s portfolio performances based on the financial market developments in March 2022.Read More
It has been a very volatile past month for global financial markets. Concerns about the Russia-Ukraine conflict weighed on equities and government bond yields as energy prices rose.Read More
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Equities markets fell in February, down by 3.16% globally, as investors digesting the implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.Read More
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EQUITY markets kicked off 2022 on a sloppy start as concerns over inflation, the tightening of monetary policies and tensions in the Eastern Europe weighed on sentiments in January.Read More
If everything feels more expensive than it did 10 years ago, it’s because everything really is more expensive than it was then, as we witness price increase beyond our control.
THE inflationary fears and mutated Covid-19 variants that dominated the month of December did little to prevent the markets from rallying to a high to end the year 2021
THE economic turmoil triggered by a health crisis in 2020 was expected to be left behind us as we approached 2021 with much optimism of a recovery...
The Omicron variant of Covid-19 and fears over rising inflation spooked investors in November, which led to a massive sell-off in equities...
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INFLATION has been grabbing headlines in recent months. It is the three syllables that most common men on the street know about but at the same time, truly understanding it is pretty complex.
> Consumer prices in the United States (US) rose to its highest in 30 years for the month of October 2021. The consumer price index (CPI) recorded a rate of 6.2%, compared to the same period last year.
After cooling off in September, stocks surged to new highs in October as the Standard and Poor’s 500 (S&P 500) recorded its best month of the year.
MYTHEO’s entry into the environment, social and governance (ESG)space is rather timely as countries begin to rebuild their economies followingthe aftermath of Covid-19.
PETALING JAYA, 19th October 2021 – MYTHEO, one of the leading digital investment management platforms in Malaysia, has become the first in the country to launch a fully AI-based ESG-themed portfolio, known as the MYTHEO Global ESG.
THE term ESG has been gaining prominence in recent years, especially among the younger generations.
Broad equity indices in the United States were down across the board in September, stemming from the Chinese real estate contagion threat, despite the many positive headlines on the improving Covid-19 situation.
Back in June when China President Xi Jinping dropped a hint during a school visit, that tutors should not be doing things in place of teachers, nobody saw what was coming.
ONE of the many adages in the world of finance is that when China sneezes, the whole world catches a cold.
Major indices posted solid gains in August on the back of the reopening of the economy that has fueled a faster-than-expected recovery in corporate fundamentals and earnings.
The global equity market continued to trend higher in July 2021 despite a series of regulatory shocks that hit Chinese stocks inside and outside of China.
U.S. market hit an all-time high in June 2021, supported by the rally of large technology stocks. The S&P 500 climbed by 2.20%. Meanwhile, Nasdaq Index, a proxy to large-capitalization technology stocks in the U.S jumped by 6.34%.
What distinguishes a robo-advisor from other investment schemes is the automated operations running behind the scenes, utilizing algorithms and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Global equity market settled higher once again despite facing a significant bump in May.
US markets continued to ascend higher for the second consecutive month. In April 2021, the key US benchmarks, the S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq 100 Index, were up by 5.24% and 5.88%, respectively, which were the most significant monthly gains since November 2021.
Sometime in March 2021, a little-known family-run hedge fund became so infamous and grabbed global headlines.
In the recent weeks, the market has been a bit more challenging for investors. The financial market has turned more fragile and volatile than usual.
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March 2021 wrapped up with negative news all through out the month.
The market performance in February 2021 was almost exactly the same as that of in January. The equities started well into the month and rallied higher, only to be halted by a panic sell-off right at the month end due to triggers by the persistent rise in US Treasury yields.
A clash between hedge fund managers and retail investors in the GameStop trading frenzy gained so much attention in January 2021 and the market had a roller coaster ride in the final week of the month. Moreover, Asian equities continued to outperform United States (US) equities.
Although the market has been rising strongly since April 2020, the equity market still produced decent gains in December 2020. There was also plenty of good news, such as the implementation of the vaccination program and the finalization of the Brexit deal, that supported the market rally during the month.
There were comments relating to investments on the news and social media as a result of the US Presidential Elections.
After two months of consecutive losses, global equity markets recovered spectacularly. Adding to the bullish sentiment was a series of positive news on the development of COVID-19 vaccines.
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.
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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.Read More