Month: March 2020

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VIDEO LOG: CORONAVIRUS AND MARKET VOLATILITY

3 March 2020

Investment Managers Richard Farmiloe and Max Thowless-Reeves discuss the latest bear market, its causes beyond coronavirus, and what investors might expect.

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MARCH 2020 – SALIX Market Update

3 March 2020

Due to the current extraordinary market conditions, we have experienced huge volatility which have been extremely unpredictable. Follow the link to see our recent investment commentary for March and the coronavirus panic.

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SALIX update: Negative Yields & Coronavirus panic

3 March 2020

These are “fast markets”: prices of most assets are highly volatile. Risk assets (equity, property, industrial commodities) are down and “safe” assets (sovereign debt, gold) are up.  We always position our clients for resilience, and while we cannot avoid some “red ink” in portfolios we have seen their values cushioned by this. Yesterday we witnessed the first … Continue reading “SALIX update: Negative Yields & Coronavirus panic”

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SALIX Market update 9th March

3 March 2020

The escalation in coronavirus cases will continue to increase at pace and no one can forecast the eventual numbers. An economic slowdown is inevitable. However, policymakers have, and will continue to, cut interest rates and another phase of global QE looks likely.  Tumbling Oil prices will also act as a stimulus to consumers. The most … Continue reading “SALIX Market update 9th March”

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Our Views: Coronavirus

3 March 2020

CORONAVIRUS—FEBRUARY 2020 The big news story dominating the headlines over the past few weeks is the coronavirus outbreak. Inevitably this outbreak will affect global growth in the short term in two ways: an immediate fall in demand, as people are either quarantined or choose to stay at home; and the closure of shops and factories, … Continue reading “Our Views: Coronavirus”