The Lowdown on Markets to 13th October 2017
World Markets at a Glance
In this week’s issue
- Global equity markets are continually supported by loose central bank policy.
- Central banks have become more hawkish in their language on future monetary policy.
- History has taught us that financial assets react differently in a phase of tightening.
- Wall Street’s equity benchmarks register new record highs on a wave of new euphoria.
- Asian markets trade higher on Chinese data whilst Japan hits a twenty year high.
- Whilst some global equity markets look stretched they could rally higher.
“Stock markets march on under a cloud of central bank uncertainty”
Peter Lowman, Chief Investment Officer
Peter Lowman has been in investment management for over forty years and prior to becoming Chief Investment Officer for Investment Quorum, he worked within a larger asset managers, primarily as an Investment Director with Cazenove’s. He is responsible for the overall investment strategy for Investment Quorum clients and sits on the Investment Quorum Committee.
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