How are UK investors combatting high inflation rising interest rates and planning for the future?
In the face of a shifting economic and political landscape, UK investors are grappling with the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, a cost-of-living crisis, and a changing leadership scenario. A year ago, Liz Truss replaced Boris Johnson as Prime Minister, and a subsequent fiscal statement by Truss and Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng added to market turbulence.
As we approach the end of 2023, two prominent factors dominated headlines: high inflation and rising interest rates. Despite inflation showing signs of decline, it remains above the Bank of England’s target. The central bank's continuous rate hikes since December 2021 add complexity to the financial environment.
Shojin's new independent research delves into how over 900 UK investors are navigating these challenges. The survey sheds light on investor sentiments regarding key macroeconomic trends, their responses to ongoing economic shifts, and their strategies for the next 12 months. To uncover their insights and strategies for combatting inflation and interest rate hikes, download the full Shojin report via the link below. Gain valuable perspectives on managing investment portfolios amidst uncertainties and preparing for the future.
Explore the comprehensive findings to make informed decisions in a dynamic economic landscape.