As an investor, how should you be responding to the impact that the coronavirus is having on global stock markets?

With stock markets continuing to fall as the coronavirus spreads outside mainland China, the question that many are asking is whether this could be the trigger that ends the long post-2009 bull market? And if so, what would that mean for investors?

Guy Foster, Head of Research at Brewin Dolphin, has taken a look at what the outbreak could mean for markets in the coming weeks and months and this is available for you to download below. He was also interviewed on Sky News on the subject.

Check out the interview - market-overreaction-to-outbreak.

If you would like to discuss this issue and its potential impact on your investment portfolio, please contact Kellands today.

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