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Market Updates

We are pleased to introduce our new Weekly Market Update.  Rather than focus on our larger, more in-depth market reports, we have decided to concentrate on bringing you more timely commentary on a more regular basis via these refreshingly short, one page documents. As ever, you can respond to this email or call any member of the Atlas Team with questions or comments. 


 

Coming around again?

Trade remained strong last week at Atlas and in the broader market as measured by Liv-ex. Indeed, the Liv-ex 50 (measuring the value growth of the five First Growths) has nudged ahead to its highest level since May 2013, currently standing at 319.23, a couple of points ahead of the August monthly close [Fig 1].If there were any need to reconfirm that the fine wine market — or perhaps more specifically the Bo...

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Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose….

September continues to be characterised by a higher than normal volume of
trade. While the Liv-ex 50 (First Growths) has not pushed ahead of the monthly
close, currently standing at 317.38, it was widely expected that the move in prices
would have to settle down [Fig 1]. After all, just under 20% growth in value in nine
months is quite remarkable.he most encouraging aspect is that, while vo...

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Relative Value

September has started well with much of the activity from August still in evidence. Trade is well spread across numerous regions; Liv-ex commented in their most recent blog post that, the first week of September, ‘trade for Bordeaux increased, while activity for Burgundy returned to levels seen in July’.  In terms of Bordeaux, interest remains strong in the 2014 vintage, where many relative value ...

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Gaining Momentum?

Following an unusually active month of trading in what is usually a calm
month, the various Liv-ex indices have all pushed ahead [Fig 1], with
the Liv-ex 50 close to a 20% growth YTD. It is not just the Liv-ex 50 that
has moved ahead, all of the other, broader Bordeaux-based indices
have gained between 16% to 17% this year. The Liv-ex 1000 has even
reached an all time high [Fig 2].The...

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Tracking Trends

It is clear that Bordeaux dominates the fine wine market and the leading Liv-ex indices. This is due to numerous factors including a healthy volume of trade that provides liquidity and the ability to track price more easily. Outside of Bordeaux, tracking prices is a trickier exercise. Regions such as Burgundy benefit from considerable demand for leading wines, but even here price tracking is not straight-forward a...

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Out of the Foothills?

The Liv-ex 50 closed last Friday on 313.51 and is still rising beyond the monthly close [Fig 1]. Trade in August has remained buoyant and, as mentioned in my Bloomberg interview last week, the larger part of this buoyancy is due to overseas purchasing of UK-based stock. It is not surprising to see this occur given the increased purchasing power for US, Asian or Euro-based buyers. Across the summer months there has...

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