Invesco's Mustoe favours equities as 2018 volatility 'normal'

Levels close to those pre-Global Financial Crisis

Jayna Rana
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Nick Mustoe of Invesco

Nick Mustoe of Invesco

Nick Mustoe, chief investment officer at Invesco and manager of its Summit Growth fund range, has said the volatility seen throughout last year was more "normal" than investors think and equities are currently the place to be above all other asset classes.

Despite a particularly turbulent Q4 for 2018, which saw the worst December for US markets since 1963, he said volatility levels were closer to those seen before the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). Mustoe...

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