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GM Warburg Commercial – Stocks Remain Well Supported Despite COVID


GM Warburg Commercial says ongoing central bank liquidity operations and huge $1.9tn US
stimulus to support stock prices regardless of hit to global economic growth say GM Warburg
Commercial analysts.

Seoul, Korea, South, January 20, 2021 --( Investors should continue to remain invested in
stocks despite the resurgence in the coronavirus pandemic playing out in many countries around the

That’s the view expressed by analysts at Seoul-based investment house, GM Warburg Commercial in an
investment note emailed to clients last week.

The firm says it fully expects stock values in key markets around the world to remain well-supported by
record monetary stimulus from the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and a number of
others as they try to ensure that plenty of liquidity and credit is available to businesses, investors and

“As is often the case with vast quantities of monetary stimulus, particularly quantitative easing, money
flows to where it is mostly like to generate a return and right now, markets in the US, Europe and Asia
are in a pretty bullish mood. We’re seeing values surge in technology and energy shares, particularly oil,
as the world gains confidence amid the rollout of various COVID-19 vaccines and the hope of an ongoing
reflation trade,” explained Harry Woods, Director of Private Clients at GM Warburg Commercial.

“Now is not a time to be taking profits,” he concluded.

The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 2 million people around the world since it appeared in
Wuhan, China in December 2019 and the response to the virus has seen economies around the world
brought to a complete standstill as countries struggled to ease the burden on healthcare services.

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