Five fund buyers have revealed the key market crash signals to monitor amid concerns of a global reduction in liquidity as central banks begin reducing their balance sheets, alongside populism returning to the fore in Europe and US President Donald Trump implementing tariffs on his allies.
Last year was described as the ‘Goldilocks' year by investors, but in 2018 markets have seen a return to volatility. For example, the FTSE 100 hit a 2018-low of 6,889 points on 26 March before soaring...
Uncertainty set to remain
A look at the companies disrupting sectors
Perhaps surprisingly, Europe was the second best-performing regional stockmarket in the world in the first half of 2019.
Bouncing back from the market correction of last year, the first half of 2019 has been positive for global equities.