Global markets were in the green in October except for the UK where Brexit grabbed headlines.
Global markets were on edge in September after Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities were damaged in a drone attack.
Global equity markets were on a roller-coaster ride in August as the US-China trade war intensified with rounds of tit-for-tat tariff escalations.
Global equity markets reversed May’s heavy losses as central bankers took on a dovish tone in light of slowing global growth and trade tensions.
Global equity markets retreated in May as the US-China trade dispute escalated and signs of a near-term resolution faded.
What moved markets in April? Global markets were mixed in April as Europe staged a strong recovery on the back of improved risk appetite.
The recovery in global markets year-to-date has been as extreme as the sell-off at the end of 2018. At one point in December, the S&P 500 Index had declined 15.7% intra-month.
Global markets kicked off the year with a strong rally throughout January. It was a welcome relief following a dismal showing the month before.
Unfortunately, there was no Christmas rally or cheer for investors as markets continued to sell off into the end of 2018.
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