Market and strategy update

Market and strategy update

07 November 2022
In this note, we provide you with an update on significant recent developments and our views. Comments on recent performance are not indicative of future performance. As our investment strategy and views are defined with a long-term horizon in mind, these developments may not mean changes to your portfolio. Please contact your advisor for the latest update on your portfolio.

What you need to know  Markets at a glance

Markets – Buying the rumour Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

Central banks & inflation – Hawkish Powell, dovish Bailey Economy – Resilient US labour market; growth concerns in the euro area What we are watching  
Our views

Source: In-house research as at 07 November 2022. N= Neutral weighting of the asset class within the Strategic Asset Allocation.
  Investment strategy
Market Performance
Figure-2-(1).PNGPast performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

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Information correct as at 07 November 2022.

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns

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