5 min watch 30 Dec 21
A more hawkish pivot from the Federal Reserve, the emergence of a new variant, and a resurgence in winter COVID cases in the Northern Hemisphere have led to resurgent market volatility. Michael Dyer, Investment Director, takes a look at what’s driving current volatility and explains why, although we see greater volatility going into 2022, we remain broadly positive but poised to react tactically as necessary.
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