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A guide for your clients: Covid-19 – why you shouldn’t panic

one month ago

In the current environment we believe it’s important to stay calm. Panicking and selling your entire portfolio in a downturn is one way to guarantee losses.

The spread of Covid-19 has left many people concerned about their investments, as stock markets have fallen and an economic slowdown becomes increasingly evident.

We have created this new PDF for you to share with your clients, reviewing the economic and stock market impact of Covid-19 so far. We also look at previous market downturns and explain why we don’t believe investors should panic.


Home working - what's the big story?


Article | Investments | 05/05/2020

Restrictions on the Chinese city of Wuhan were lifted, but entire countries across the globe remain in lockdown. 


The monthly review: April's top stories

Article | Investments | 05/05/2020

The Covid-19 crisis has brought rare examples of good news as well as bad. While the IMF (International Monetary Fund) made savage cuts to estimates for global growth, they also forgave debts of $214 billion owed by the world’s poorest countries. 

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