GSB Quarterly Market Update — Q1 2023

16/05/2023 Written by GSB

The first quarter of 2023 brought welcome relief to investors after a challenging year in 2022, with global equities starting the year off strongly despite significant turmoil in the financial sector. The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the increasing impact of heightened interest rates on the broader economy highlight the increasing likelihood of a recession as central banks try to fight inflation without stifling economic growth.

In this quarterly market update, the financial events of the 1st quarter will be discussed, and insights into what investors can expect to see later in 2023 and beyond will be provided.

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