Renewed pressure on risky and risk-free assets in April

April saw a mix of events and key figures that the financial market was required to take into account.

This was particularly true in relation to Russia/Ukraine, covid-19/China and growth/inflation, which, together, put risky as well as risk-free assets under pressure in April.

Global equities lost 6.5% according to MSCI ACWI stated in local currencies, or 3.4% in DKK. Prices dropped the most in the U.S., followed by Japan and Europe.

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