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Monthly Markets / July 2015

August 20, 2015

In the first month of the new financial year, global developed markets performed well as diminished concerns over Greece allowed the US and European markets to recover. US equities were also buoyed by positive economic updates including Q2 US GDP growth, and the Fed maintained its signal that interest rates are likely to rise this year if the US economy continues to improve. Volatility remained elevated in emerging markets as the fear of a China “Hard Landing” re-emerged and Shanghai equities dropped another 15% in July. The interest rate hike in South Africa also caused uncertainty in the future growth of emerging economies.


Monthly Markets / March 2015

April 17, 2015

Investors remain obsessed with the timing of the first interest rate hike in the US. Risk assets such as equities reacted positively when the March US nonfarm payroll report came out weaker than expected as it implied a delay to rates “lift off” due to the softer labour market. The US economy only added 126,000 jobs over the month and kept its unemployment rate at 5.5%.


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