Multi-asset managers, macro strategists and fund buyers have all called for an automated break to be placed on the UK's FTSE 100 index, following its 10.9% freefall on the day of going to press (12 March) – its second-worst day in history and a bigger fall than any given day during the throes of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.
Global stockmarkets have plummeted over recent weeks as fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak have intensified. On Tuesday 11 March, the World Health Organisation officially labelled the virus...
RLAM's Senior Fund Manager, Richard Marwood outlines the background to how investors fell ‘out of love’ with the UK market but points to positive signs of a recovery.
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