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An online seminar discussing equity markets by Ruffer

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Ruffer is hosting an online event at the end of August, in which we will be discussing equity markets and the opportunities we see there. The title of the webinar is ‘grabbing the bull by the horns?’: we will explore whether we are in a new bull market, or whether this is a bull market trap before the next leg down. The fiscal and monetary stimulus enacted by governments and central bankers saved us from a depression and the market rejoiced so much it forgot we are in a recession. The big question is what should investors do as we emerge from our first ever global synchronous lockdown and self-imposed recession? What opportunities have emerged from the chaos of the last 6 months?

 We will be running the event twice: at 7.30am (BST) on Tuesday 25 August 2020, and at 3.00pm on Wednesday 26 August 2020. If you might be interested in attending, the link below will direct you to a registration page through which you can select the time that suits you. The seminars will be held on Zoom, and will be chaired by Emma Varley, an Investment Manager at Ruffer. She will be joined by Duncan MacInnes, Investment Director and Fiona Ker, Senior Investment Associate. They will present for 30 minutes on how we are approaching stock markets, followed by a Q&A session allowing guests to ask questions. I do hope you might be able to join us.

Please click here to register for either seminar

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