Greece votes No
- The Greek No vote means more uncertainty ahead regarding Greece, with significantly heightened risk of a Greek exit from the Euro.
- The threat of a flow on to other Eurozone countries is likely to keep markets on edge in the short term. However, contagion is likely to be limited as the rest of Europe is now in far stronger shape than was the case in the 2010-12 Eurozone crisis and defence.
- As a result we don’t see the Greek debacle derailing the European or global economic recoveries. So while the correction in shares looks like it might go further, the broad rising trend in markets is likely to continue.
China stocks in trading halt – what to consider?
Turbulent financial market dynamics in recent weeks have demonstrated the importance of turning down the noise, diversifying widely and adopting an active approach to asset allocation. In this article, we address the situation in Europe and China and what this means for investment markets. Read more here: /static/uploads/files/china-stocks-in-trading-halt-july-2015-wfbwkuruzrkp.docx