Market update – 1st March 2021
News: 01 March 2021
To remember inflation, one needs to be of a certain age.... It is in history books, or grainy photographs, but inflation has never been a feature of many, many people’s working lives.
News: 23 February 2021
Congratulations to the Hawksmoor Fund Managers team who have been named as finalists (for the second time) in the MoneyAge Asset Management Awards 2021- in the 'Multi-Asset Manager of the Year' category.
News: 18 February 2021
Our award-winning Vanbrugh Fund is 12 years old today. What a performance!
News: 15 February 2021
How would one make the argument for the pound? The UK is ahead of most other countries in vaccinating. That should mean that the economy picks up sooner. Good news indeed, but surely only temporary.
News: 08 February 2021
Experience suggests that equity markets are very good at ignoring bond yields for long periods of time, only to dramatically spot later on that the Emperor has no clothes. Whilst we all admire the regal regalia, the markets are starting to behave like a drunk in a nightclub.
News: 02 February 2021
We are delighted to announce that we will be opening a new Hawksmoor office in the beautiful city of Bath.
News: 01 February 2021
It is just as logical for a fund manager to short an oil company (on the basis that its business will eventually disappear) as it is to own manufacturers and owners of wind farms. And just to be clear, although we may own other funds that employ shorting as a strategy, it is not something that we do ourselves.
News: 29 January 2021
In her first video update of 2021, Hawksmoor's CEO Sarah Soar talks about the company's recent exciting deal with Hurst Point Group, and how it will help Hawksmoor progress with offering our clients the best possible service.
News: 28 January 2021
Our January 2021 Virtual Roadshow for Private Clients was another great success - with interesting presentations and excellent topical questions from the audience. You can listen to the recording here.
News: 25 January 2021
The point is that 2021’s question of ‘growth or value’ is a massive and dangerous over-simplification. It is not a choice of either/or. There is plenty of scope for both to perform (NB the verb ‘perform’ does not carry an implication of direction).