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This time last year it was hard to escape the prospect of a global recession. Twelve months later and we are looking forward to a recovery in global economic growth, thanks to progress in finding a US-China trade compromise, and the likelihood that President Trump will be economically supportive leading up to the presidential election in November.
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This month we discuss why markets reacted so aggressively, and what we can expect in the weeks, months and years ahead.
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We’re used to the ups and downs of different business cycles, and we’ve come to expect and prepare for them. But with unusual circumstances such as a trade war and the reversal of quantitative easing, the outlook becomes harder to predict. As risks build across the global economy, here are the key things we’ll be looking out for in 2019.
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As we find ourselves almost halfway through the year, the volatility we experienced at the end of 2018 is not only a distant memory but could also prove, with time, to have been the shock markets needed to adjust their expectations in line with reality.
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The world has been coming to terms with the implications of the coronavirus for some weeks now, but it was only towards the end of last month that we experienced the level of volatility we would expect in equity markets given a crisis of this scale. So why were equities complacent in the face of a potential pandemic, and what is the longer-term outlook as a result?
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Even the most seasoned investor will admit that the recovery in equity and fixed income markets over recent weeks has been surprisingly fast. But with market volatility still at large, how confident should investors really be feeling?
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Equity and fixed income markets sustained their remarkable recovery last month thanks to continued government funding. But as prices rose, potential returns fell, and value became harder to find.
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Over 11 million people aged between 25-45 in the UK expect to receive some sort of inheritance from their parents or grandparents, with nearly half (5.1 million) of these expecting to inherit at least £50,000 in fixed assets or money.
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This year managed to get off to a positive start with equity markets recovering some of the losses endured at the end of 2018. This recovery was largely due to the US Federal Reserve (Fed) taking a U-turn on monetary policy.
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It’s natural to fear volatile markets. Our instincts tell us that uncertainty and unpredictability are a bad thing, and the media like to prey on those insecurities with their alarmist headlines. But the truth is, calm and sanguine markets can be just as damaging if not managed correctly.
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A conviction-led, active approach to high quality UK equities.
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As 2018 draws to a close, we’re taking a slightly more defensive position on behalf of our clients, with capital protection underpinning many of our investment decisions. Here we explain why we’ve further reduced our exposure to equities, and what we see as the key risks to economic growth going forward.

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