President Joe Biden was sworn in last week which drove markets for the early part of the week. Elsewhere, weak European and UK business activity numbers weighed on markets whilst the world keeps a watchful eye on global vaccination rollout >>
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The coronavirus pandemic made conditions particularly challenging for investors throughout 2020. This 2021 Investment Outlook covers 5 themes: Recovery; Moderate Reflation; Globalisation; Tech Regulation; & Build Back Better >>
US and European equity markets fell last week in what was described as a relatively quiet week. The main news was President-elect Joe Biden’s announcement of a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package >>
Despite increased social restrictions, rising coronavirus cases and deaths and protests from Donald Trump's supporters who stormed the US Capitol, global equity markets enjoyed a strong first full week of the year >>
Global equity markets fell slightly last week as the Brexit negotiations continued and "no deal" talk was now at a level that would have seemed "unthinkable" a year ago >>