Symmetry's 3rd Quarter Market Commentary

Resurgent virus impacts, mounting fears of inflation, ongoing supply-chain disruptions, surging energy prices, risks of a slowdown in China’s industrial and property sectors, and anticipation of a reduction in central bank liquidity provisions all weighed on markets this quarter. 

Symmetry’s Director of Investment Communications, Casey Dylan, CIMA, takes a look at the big picture and news that is impacting the markets in this quarter’s Market Commentary. Click here to read more!

 

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