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The onset of the current crisis has exposed fragilities in the global economy caused by a long obsession with efficiency, to the exclusion of all else.
Investor behaviour will change
Following the financial crash of 2008, investors have benefited from a decade of bullish markets, and while there were indications that a slowdown was on the horizon, economic stasis caused by a flu pandemic was not on anyone's radar.
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The necessary steps to improve investor fortunes
The products bucking the trend
Covid-19 fund suggested
Keeps interest rates and QE at current levels
Predictions amid wave of dividend cuts
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150 companies have fallen over 40% year-to-date
While a global crisis in which large swathes of the world's population have been locked down will, inevitably, leave some companies floundering, others are likely to emerge stronger than before.
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At the time of writing, UK equity benchmarks have fallen by approximately one-third from their year-to-date highs.
We cannot predict when markets will finally reach a bottom – they may already have – but we believe it is most likely to be once we hit a peak in the daily growth in new Covid-19 cases round the world.
Industry impact of Covid-19
Following soft close in 2015
Thoughts on UK equities, gold and emerging markets
Markets shellshocked in the run-up to Easter