Stock markets around the world have spent most of the week on the back foot: concerns over slowing growth and a sluggish post-pandemic recovery have been to the fore again and share prices have displayed higher levels of volatility in the last few days.
Global stock markets have made steady gains this week with investors happy to wait for direction from America’s Federal Reserve bank at its forthcoming annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Share prices around the world sustained sharp losses this week over fears that central banks could soon start to scale back market stimulus measures as the post-pandemic recovery continues.
Global stock markets have made steady progress this week: while there is still no sign of an imminent tightening of monetary policy by any of the major central banks, concerns over the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant continue to limit gains.
Stock markets have managed to rebound from losses early in the week as fears over a regulatory crackdown by Chinese authorities subsided.
In another highly volatile week, stock markets around the world have managed to claw back some of their early losses – but concerns about the impact of the Delta coronavirus variant are very much to the fore.
Stock markets around the world have struggled to gain momentum this week with mixed economic data and renewed inflation fears acting to limit gains.
Renewed concerns about the global economic recovery and a crackdown on technology companies by Chinese authorities have driven down share prices around the world this week.
Global stock markets have managed to claw back this week’s early losses – but investors remain concerned about the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant, as well as the supply chain challenges facing manufacturers around the world.
Stock markets around the world have made impressive gains this week despite fresh signs of an uneven global recovery from the pandemic.