Coronavirus fears continued to batter global markets – global equity indices fell, oil prices collapsed and the US dollar strengthened.
Coronavirus fears hammer global markets.
Brexit, US-China trade deal, Coronavirus, WWIII – January got 2020 off to a rocky start.
Equity markets kept the momentum going in November with further gains across most indices.
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 were mixed in July with the UK’s FTSE 100 Index being the best performer following pound weakness as Boris Johnson became the new British prime minister.
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.