RiverPeak Wealth Monthly Update for January 2020

Global Market Overview Returns from global equities were strong again in December, rounding off a year in which all assets classes performed well, not only beating inflation but often generating double digit returns. The MSCI World index ended the year up 22.74%. In December the index rose 0.57% but this return was pared back by […]

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RiverPeak Wealth Monthly Update for December 2019

Global Market Overview Global equity markets continued to move higher in November. Trade negotiations between the US and China seem to have been constructive with no further escalation in tariffs.  Developed market equities outperformed emerging market equities with the S&P 500 achieving the highest return. The best performing sub-market was the FTSE 250 which outperformed […]

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RiverPeak Wealth Monthly Update for November 2019

Global Market Overview October was a positive month for global equities as the US and Chinese authorities moved closer towards a partial deal on trade. However, a strong bounce in sterling as the prospect of a “no deal” Brexit outcome on 31 October receded meant that for sterling investors returns from overseas investments were negative. […]

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RiverPeak Wealth Monthly Update for October 2019

Global Market Overview Following a negative month in August when global trade concerns dominated investors’ thoughts, September saw a slightly more positive stance take hold with the MSCI World index advancing 0.93% in sterling terms. However there was a marked change in regional leadership in September with both Japan and the UK outperforming the world […]

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RiverPeak Wealth Monthly Update for September 2019

Global Market Overview Tit for tat trade proclamations between the US and China in August and increasing concerns about growth caused a widespread sell-off in global equities as investors sought the relative safety of government bonds. The MSCI World index declined by 1.51%. Japan proved the most resilient of the major markets in sterling terms […]

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