Originally posted on March 10th.
For obvious reasons, markets were volatile this week and many UK stocks saw their share price absolutely crater.
To be frank, it was pretty shocking.
The FTSE 100 held up well and was only down about 9% from its recent high, mostly thanks to its large exposure to defence, mining, utilities and international stocks.
The more UK-focused FTSE 250 didn’t fare so well and officially entered bear market territory this week, having fallen slightly more than 20% from its recent all-time high.
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