Wealth Matters, Q4 2022: Can the dollar stay strong?

In our latest edition of Wealth Matters, Joe Prendergast, Global Strategic Advisor, asks: will the US dollar stay strong?

“Investors should anticipate some potential interruption to dollar strength in December – typically the weakest month of the year for the dollar. Not since 2016 has the dollar risen in the month of December, with an average fall of 1.4% versus the euro since the single currency’s inception,” he explains.

Other highlights in this edition:

  • We explore the role that global real estate can play in a mixed asset portfolio and the opportunity it offers investors to participate in long-term themes.
  • Chief Investment Officer Bernard Swords explains why we are increasing our fixed income exposure.
  • Ronan Sherlock, Senior Wealth Executive – Team Lead, examines business exit planning – and the need to start planning early.

For a comprehensive picture of our views, read the full report below or click here to view the report in your browser.

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