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Weekly Market Review

04/06/2021 - Product News
Global growth outlook continues to strengthen
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Weekly Market Review

14/05/2021 - Product News
US inflation hits its highest level for thirteen years
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Weekly Market Review

07/05/2021 - Product News
Goldilocks – hot, but not too hot
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Weekly Market Review

30/04/2021 - Product News
Despite the US technology sector hitting a new high on Monday, it was value stocks that shone, as the US revealed annualised GDP growth for the first quarter coming in at 6.4%.
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Weekly Market Review

23/04/2021 - Product News
Rising global coronavirus cases take the shine off improving economic data
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Market Commentary Q1 2021

22/04/2021 - Product News
Despite an acceleration in Covid-19 cases in many countries, investors began the quarter still focused on the acceleration in economic growth expected as economies emerge from lockdown, especially following the passing of President Biden’s $1.9 trillion fiscal stimulus package.
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Weekly Market Review

16/04/2021 - Product News
Equity markets finished the week on a strong note with stocks nearing record highs by Friday, helped by the release of positive economic data from various regions.
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Weekly Market Review

09/04/2021 - Product News
Uneven US recovery allows bond yields to fall and technology to lead
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Weekly Market Review

05/03/2021 - Product News
Inflationary fears remained centre of attention this week, with the chair of the US Federal Reserve (Fed), Jay Powell, yet again confirming that the Fed will be in no hurry to raise rates, providing little comfort to investors.
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Weekly Market Review

26/02/2021 - Product News
US Treasury yields continued to rise this week. Investors have continued to focus on rising economic growth expectations as social distancing rules end with the rollout of vaccines, combined with a high probability for a massive US fiscal stimulus programme and continued easy monetary policy from central banks.
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