Just as it seemed that the worst of the bear market was over, stocks reversed course to erase the 5.2% surge in early August and declined further to end the month down 4.2%.
Investors have suffered one of the worst starts to a year since 1970, driven by double-digits decline in global equities and bonds on the back of surging inflation.
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Markets have faced a laundry list of concerns this year, including new COVID-19 lockdowns, economic slowdown.
The Markets are historically cyclical, and 2022 has proven to be the worst combined start for the financial market since the 1930s.
May has been an eventful month with global equity rebounding strongly from a steep rout that drove the market down for seven straight weeks.
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While April is usually a positive month for equities from a seasonality perspective, 2022 is proving to be different.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
Russian assets have long traded at discounts because of environmental and governance concerns, and the recent Russian market collapse...Read More
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last week introduced new uncertainty to a stock market that’s already had a shaky start to the year.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.