Weekly Comment – Market Growth vs Value

Our Weekly Podcast and Market Overview from Quilter Cheviot

Market Growth vs Value

By Alan McIntosh, Chief Investment Strategist

“Global stock markets continued to rise last week, with the FTSE World Index ahead by 1.6%. The US market rose by 2% but technology stocks fared even better. FAANG companies Netflix, Apple and Facebook saw their share prices rise by 13.5%, 9.4%, and 9.2%, respectively. This is interesting given the current debate over growth stocks and value stocks. While in the last few months there has been a rally in value stocks, typically economically sensitive sectors, there is no hard evidence to suggest a material rotation away from successful growth and technology businesses. What seems to be happening is that investment flows are broadening out to include areas that have been badly impacted by Covid-driven lockdowns. There is a logic to this…”

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