Buyers start to de-risk portfolios as macro backdrop deteriorates

'Hard times ahead for investors'

Tom Eckett
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Investors fear the growing threat of a policy error from the US Federal Reserve
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Investors fear the growing threat of a policy error from the US Federal Reserve

Fund buyers have started to take risk off the table in their portfolios amid a worsening liquidity backdrop, continued macro uncertainties and the growing threat of a policy error from the US Federal Reserve.

Equity markets suffered record-breaking falls during ‘Red October' as a cocktail of risks - including concerns over the Fed's tightening cycle and FAANG valuations - took their toll sending the S&P...

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