Investor sentiment in February bounces off record lows

Lloyds Investor Sentiment index

Tom Eckett
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Overall sentiment jumped 3.6 percentage points last month
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Overall sentiment jumped 3.6 percentage points last month

There was an improvement in investor sentiment in February, according to the Lloyds Investor Sentiment index, as global equities stabilised following the correction in the last quarter of 2018.

Overall sentiment jumped 3.6 percentage points (ppt) last month, however remained in negative territory at -4.8%. This is the first rise in sentiment since last November. In January, UK and US e...

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