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Financial markets performed a little bit better in May, but it hasn’t all been smooth sailing, with Italian political uncertainty upsetting global markets and investor concern increasing over the threat of a trade war.
It’s been a hectic week for the markets as the political uncertainty in Italy came to a crux, highlighting the role of investment advice during political uncertainty. Here are five tips to navigate the financial markets.
The populist Five Star Movement and The League are on the cusp of forming a coalition government in Italy, in a crucial moment for the eurozone’s third largest economy and the bloc itself.
It’s been an interesting few weeks for financial markets and monetary policy in the UK. Whilst the Bank of England faces a growing dilemma over normalising interest rates, financial markets have been a mixed bag.
A surge in support for populist parties and right-wing policies has led Italy into a hung parliament. Moneyfarm looks at the possible outcomes of the Italian election and the impact this could have on markets.
Does increased volatility always mean something more? Chief Investment Officer, Richard Flax, explains why you shouldn’t fear the return of volatility in this video.
As the year draws to a close, it’s time to take a look at the key themes that caught our attention in 2017 and see how they impacted portfolio performance.
Risk is about losing money for investors, which is why the reliability and predictability of fixed income can be a draw to many.