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London city skyline

Reading Time: 6 minutes After a challenging few years, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February made it clear that 2022 would not mark a return to the low interest rate and low volatility, post-GFC paradigm.

London city view Mondrian Investment Partners

Reading Time: 6 minutes Against a difficult backdrop, there was no place to hide in public investment markets in 2022. Inflation and interest rates were on the rise and large blow-ups such as Credit Suisse, Tesla, FTX and the broader crypto-sphere dominated headlines.

Mondrian Emerging Markets Outlook Q4 2022, Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai China

Reading Time: 5 minutes 2022 was a challenging year for the global economy and stock markets. The desperately sad war in Ukraine caused havoc on global commodity markets, further pressurizing inflation that was already on the rise.

World map with lights

Reading Time: 3 minutes When building a portfolio of US Large Cap companies, it is critical to have a global perspective. Over 30% of the revenue for the Fortune 100 is derived from outside the US. Additionally, many US multinational companies’ largest direct competitors are based in a different country.

Vancouver Bridge

Reading Time: 5 minutes The ongoing mini-crisis that erupted in the UK at the end of September underlines the broader systemic fragility, the challenges and risks of portfolio illiquidity and the very narrow execution space for policy­makers.

New Delhi, DL, India

Reading Time: 6 minutes In what is turning out to be a challenging year for global stock market returns, the performance of India stands out within the emerging market asset class.

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