“2018: very few places to hide”

The world’s stock markets have become ultra-sensitive to bad news, says Cazenove Capital’s Nick Georgiadis – but our belief is that 2019 could be positive for equities

24/01/2019
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Authors

Nick Georgiadis
Head of DFM Team

The sharp correction markets experienced in the latter months of 2018 was unusual in that it embraced almost all asset classes. This made it “extremely difficult to hide”, as Nick Georgiadis explains in this video.

Following falls in share prices some value is now emerging, and our belief is that 2019 could see a rally and be positive overall for equities – albeit with heightened volatility.

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Authors

Nick Georgiadis
Head of DFM Team

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