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Andrew Gilmore
CEO
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How have external market factors impacted investor decisions so far in 2022?

The first four months of 2022 have seen a perfect storm of macroeconomic and geopolitical events, which has led to a very high level of volatility across the financial markets. Following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia on Feb. 24, many Western nations introduced sanctions aimed at crippling the Russian economy. This created an economic shockwave across the world, principally caused by Western companies looking to reduce their exposure to the Russian market while reducing dependency on Russian oil and gas.

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