Analysis: The great divide: why haven’t investment funds fallen further?

Despite the economic carnage being witnessed around the world, investment returns are holding relatively steady

14th August, 2020
Analysis: The great divide: why haven’t investment funds fallen further?

Numbers last week showed how Irish pension funds and other investors are faring, six months into the Covid-19 pandemic.

Investment returns continue to be at odds with the economic carnage we have seen so far. In an environment where major economies such as the US have seen a 33 per cent dive in the second quarter of the year alone, Irish pension fund investors are looking at a small decline of about 4.5 per cent...

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