Global stock markets never looked as choppy as this. Markets suffered substantial falls earlier this year when Covid-19 become widespread and countries lockdown. The FTSE 100 began to level out as investors started to feel more confident, and in early June, it even hit a three month high. But it was announced in August that the UK was officially in recession, and fell again down the Footsie.
The FTSE 100 has fallen 20 percent since the beginning of the year, as it did on August 14. The yellow metal’s price plunged in March, but it has recovered sharply. Overall, as of August 14, it’s up 28 percent since the beginning of the year.
With lower share prices, though, now might be a good time to pick up some bargains. Gemma Godfrey, Times Money Mentor’s executive editor, discusses the possibility of closing down pubs, restaurants, theaters, and cinemas. Some buyers have …Is Now A Good Time To Invest Money And Buy Shares Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic? Read More