Volatile 2022 Ends With Exchanges Posting Mixed Performance In December - FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Up 7.1 % In Q4 2022
Rising interest rates and rampant inflation created massive turbulence in global markets in 2022, the worst year for financial markets since 2008. The three months to the end of December saw the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index up by 7.1%, but the index fell by 19.1% over the year. The MSCI All World share index lost 19.8 per cent of its value, with the S&P 500 falling 19 per cent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index down 33.1 per cent for the year. Aquis Exchange was the bes
The FTSE Mondo Visione Index rose 11.5% in November, closing the month at 64,478.9 points, up from the October close of 57,848.64.
Amidst Inflation Concerns, Rising Interest Rates And Increased Volatility, FTSE Mondo Visione Index Down 1.1% In October
Exchange operators benefiting from solid trading volumes and a steady demand for hedging tools and investment products saw the FTSE Mondo Visione Index begin to level out of the downward trend experienced for most of the last two quarters.
Exchanges In Retreat Amid Worries About Inflation Impact On Global Economy - FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index Down 8.8% in September, Down 10.2 % In Q3 2022
Stock markets tumbled on growing recession fears, with central banks ramping up interest rates to fight decades-high inflation. As a result, the three months to the end of September saw the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index down by 10.2%. B3 was the best-performing exchange in the quarter, with HKEX the worst.
Shadow Falls Over markets As Economic Fundamentals Worse Than 2007 - FTSE Mondo Visione Index Down 3.9% In August
Global exchanges, against rising interest rates, inflation, and expectations of further aggressive monetary policy, largely posted declines in August, reversing the previous month's gains.
After a frenetic start to the year, markets are taking a time out with investors looking for signs that we are near a peak in official interest rates. However, with central banks likely to keep raising interest rates until inflation starts to cool down, it is premature to call a bottom to what has thus far been a torrid year in financial markets.
Exchanges profited from higher than usual trading volumes in the first quarter caused partly by the Russia-Ukraine conflict and rapidly rising interest rate expectations. Volumes have, however, now fallen across all asset classes to a more historically normalised level. The declining volumes are weighing on exchange stocks, and the three months to the end of June saw the FTSE Mondo Visi
Global Economic Outlook And Prospects Of Higher Inflation Weigh On Markets - FTSE Mondo Visione Index Down 5.1% In May
Performance remained muted in May after a steep decline of 8.6% in April as concerns about the global economic outlook and prospects of higher inflation continued to weigh on the markets.
Financial markets are going through a volatile period of trading with investors digesting the unpalatable implications of rising inflation and the measures central banks will take to bring it under control.
In a first quarter marked by financial market volatility, exacerbated by high inflation, rising interest rates and escalation of the Russian military conflict in Ukraine, the three months to the end of March saw the FTSE Mondo Visione Exchanges Index down by 2.3%. Brazil's B3 was the best performing exchange in the quarter, with Aquis Exchange the worst.