Global exchanges made a recovery of sorts in October as an uncertain macro and geopolitical environment impacted markets globally.
Financial markets experienced a rough third quarter, culminating in the largest monthly decline in a year. Since late July, world stocks have collectively lost nearly USD 6 trillion.
Global exchanges declined in August due to weakening inflation and interest rate outlook into the year's second half.
Nigeria – Reclassification From Frontier To Unclassified Market Status - Nigerian Exchange Group Removed From FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index
Further to the ‘FTSE Equity Country Classification - Watch List Status of Nigeria’ announcement published on the 30 June 2023, FTSE Russell has received feedback from market participants that although Nigeria has adopted a floating foreign exchange (FX) rate for the Nigerian Naira in the Investors’ & Exporters’ (I&E) FX Window, which is now op
Global Exchanges Have Largely Positive July Despite Central Bank Interest Rate Hikes - FTSE Mondo Visione Exchange Up 4.6% In July, 10% Year-To-Date
July saw a positive trend in global exchanges as interest rate hikes slowed down across major economies. Policymakers took a cautious stance in light of inflation variations and a sluggish global growth outlook.
Financial markets have had an eventful first half of 2023, marked by a steady increase in interest rates. Investors are closely examining inflation data from both sides of the Atlantic to determine if interest rates have reached their highest point.
Global exchanges experienced mixed performance in May 2023, with the FTSE Mondo Visione Index dropping by 3.9%
FTSE Mondo Visione Index Rose 0.9% In April - Global Exchanges Remain Resilient As Trading Volumes Increase Due To Market Volatility
Exchanges largely posted gains in April as turmoil in the banking sector continued and volatility accelerated throughout the month.
Financial markets have had an action-packed start to the year. However, exchanges posted mixed performances amidst instability and dislocations.
As Markets Position For Ongoing Inflation And Higher Interest Rates FTSE Mondo Visione Index Down 4.1% In February
It was a mixed month for global exchanges, with investors positioned for ongoing inflation, higher interest rates and the possibility of an economic recession in 2023.