What caught my eye this week. The US may be about to see another surge in Covid-19 deaths. This is clearly tragic from a human perspective. We might also wonder what it will do to the market. I’ve been pretty relaxed about the UK’s de-lockdown. Daily cases have steadily fallen, contrary to – soon forgotten […]

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The coronavirus crash was bad and the Global Financial Crisis unfolded like a horror movie. But the UK’s biggest stock market crash in the last 120 years was the drawdown of 1972 to 1974. The 1970s slump had it all. A property market bubble, secondary banking crisis, massive oil shock, falling pound, rising inflation and […]

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