Afghanistan: Quality set to beat 'risk on stocks' amid global political turmoil

New report from Investment Metrics

Lauren Mason
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The report predicts how the regime change will affect markets
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The report predicts how the regime change will affect markets

Defensive and high-quality stocks across UK, European and US markets, particularly those with a high proportion of gross profits relative to assets, are likely to outperform while political and humanitarian turmoil remains in place in Afghanistan, according to research from Investment Metrics.

The report, which was published today (13 September) and is entitled Factors in Regime Change, took into account three examples of sudden significant regime changes that have occurred over at least six-month...

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