Johnathan Webster-Smith, CIO quoted in The Times 1st June 2022

“With so many companies seeing sharp falls in their share prices, investors can now pick up good quality companies at value prices.”

“Businesses that can continue to grow their revenues each year should rebound quickly once the negative sentiment moves from markets.”

Bowmore says investors have been moving away from growth shares, such as some technology companies, as interest rates have risen. Rising interest rates have more of a negative impact on companies whose earnings are further in the future, such as the more speculative technology companies.

Investors have instead been putting money into oil & gas and mining companies that they perceive might do better in the current inflationary environment.

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