Corrections, elections and deal rejections?

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In this week’s Podcast Ben Gutteridge, Brewin’s Head of Fund Research, speaks to Guy Foster, Brewin Head of Research about the vicious return of volatility in October, and whether it was merely a correction, a sign of things to come, or something even more sinister.

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8 November 2018 | 25 minute listen

In this week’s Podcast Ben Gutteridge, Brewin’s Head of Fund Research, speaks to Guy Foster, Brewin Head of Research regarding the major issues effecting investor sentiment. The conversation begins with analysis of the vicious return of volatility in the month of October, and whether it was merely a correction, a sign of things to come, or something even more sinister. Their attention then turns to the US Midterms and what the result meant, and might yet mean, for markets. The discussion finishes with a fleeting update on Brexit, attempting to determine whether any progress has been made in securing a final deal, and what this may mean for UK assets.

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