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27th November 2020
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Graham Bentley, Avellemy Chair and Stephen Lennon, Chartered FCSI Senior Investment Manager Avellemy Private Wealth discuss an extraordinary year.

We are delighted to share with you this video from Stephen and Graham discussing what has happened to the markets in 2020. Drawing upon their experience, they share with us what they think might happen in the coming months.

Despite a complex topic, Stephen and Graham bring to life, in a compelling way, how the market reacted to drivers such as the pandemic, the US election, Brexit, consumer confidence and the prospect of a vaccine. They also discuss the ongoing influence these factors will have on the markets for the foreseeable future and why a balanced, diverse portfolio which covers all eventualities is so important.

Watch Stephen and Graham discuss what has happened to the markets in 2020.

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