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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. 


 

First Growths at Forefront

All the main Liv-ex indices made good gains last month with the Liv-ex 50 leading the charge. This index, which is reported on a daily basis, solely focuses on the five Bordeaux First Growth (vintages 2003 to 2013—the 10 most recent, physically available vintages). It  has surged ahead this year as the graph to the right shows, which details the performance of each Château since the market low bac...

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Value up, volume down, re-focus?

Of all the Liv-ex Indices, it is those that are driven by Bordeaux that are showing the greatest gains YTD; exceeding even the Burgundy 150, which is 12.11% up YTD.
Value only tells part of the story as the volumes of Bordeaux traded on Liv-ex have declined since a peak in 2010 of over 95% to just under 75% of reported trade currently. The chart to the right shows Bordeaux’s decline (right axis) vs. al...

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Post Brexit Boom?

In a recent blog, Liv-ex commented that the fine wine market was enjoying a post Brexit referendum boom. Certainly, trade has retained momentum after the conclusion of the decidedly mixed Bordeaux 2015 en primeur campaign. To date the various Liv-ex indices have shown solid gains, with the Liv-ex 50 (First Growth) up 10.30% to the end of June, and reportedly having leaped another impressive 6%+ in July alone. Most...

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Market Report - Issue VIII

For this issue of the Market Report, we have chosen to focus on the Bordeaux market exclusively. It is Bordeaux that is currently making the headlines for all the wrong reasons; but equally, as many commentators agree, it is Bordeaux that needs to stabilise and then regain ground for the market truly to recover. In the following articles, we assess the current state of the market, review recent developments and co...

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Market Report - Issue VII

As everyone has penned their end of year round ups, I wanted to take this chance to summarise too, but more importantly to consider the prospects for this year. This issue of the Market Report will highlight some of the key points to emerge in 2013 and consider the potential offered by 2014.

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Market Report - Issue VI

In commenting on the market over the last few months, it is worth dividing the commentary into two sections; Bordeaux and ‘The Rest’ as the fortunes of different sections of the market have fared completely differently. It would appear that we are witnessing a broadening of the market. As Mike Veseth recently commented in an interesting article on winsearcher.com, if this ‘recent trend to expand ...

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