Monthly Investment Update February 2022

PCI Monthly Update
Perpetual

Perpetual Asset Management

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February was marked by rising global volatility in markets with tensions boiling over on 24 February with Russia invading Ukraine and marked the first large scale war between two European countries since World War II. Commodity prices rose over the month – and sharply beyond it - as the toughest economic sanctions ever imposed on Russia raised fears of shortages in global energy markets and risks of economic contagion as Russia and Europe risk falling into recession. Whilst this hurt global markets, it was a benefit for Australia’s resource heavy bourse.

 


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