Look back on the biggest market moments of 2019 to get a clearer idea of how the new decade will evolve and how to plan your investments accordingly
2019 was an eventful year, especially when it came to the markets. From Saudi Aramco’s record fundraising venture in April to the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing and its boss, Charles Li’s attempts to purchase the London Stock Exchange Group in September, a lot happened that will shape the coming decade.
With insights provided by a selection of the FT’s esteemed writers, this free FT article summarises the biggest market moments from the final year of the 2010s. Use it to gain a clearer understanding of how the markets will continue to evolve in 2020 and beyond.
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2019 in Retrospect
Look back at the final year of the 2010s to see how the state of the world’s economies are shaping up ahead of the new decade. Moments include the below:
Shots Fired in the Currency War
In 2019, market participants had to take the possibility of a global currency war seriously. Find out why in this free retrospective.
WeWork IPO Slip-Up
The office space provider was set to make waves in 2019 with its IPO, but investors voiced concerns at the last minute. Learn why and download this FT content today.