Since a month ago, the global investment markets took a beating. Equities, bonds, commodities, most currencies (other than US dollar) were hit. So how is my portfolio as of yesterday’s position? The table below shows decline over one-month period.
|Singapore equity||– 10.8%|
|Australian dollar investment||– 7.9%|
|Templeton Global Total Return fund||– 5.8%|
|Hang Seng||22,656||23,215||19,813||– 14.6%|
|Shanghai Comp||2,269||2,246||1,963||– 12.6%|
|Australia All Ord||4,664||5,177||4,651||– 10.1%|
|Nikkei 225||10,395||14,285||13,062||– 8.5%|
The worst stock market was Hong Kong followed by China. All four indices, except Nikkei, were now below last year’s closing values.
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