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Market Update List

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. 


The Truth in the Numbers

The major Liv-ex indices inched ahead in November, with all of those featured now showing
over 20% increases Year-to-Date [Fig 1]. What is most noteworthy is the fact that the Liv-ex 100 has risen for 12 consecutive months and now stands at its highest level for five years. There is a sense that the broader market is calming; this is normal as we enter December, although purchasing ahead Chinese New Year (28...

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Differences in Perspective

The Liv-ex 50 (the Index of the 10 most recently released vintages of the five Bordeaux First Growths) continues its upward trajectory despite a slight bounce in Sterling’s fortunes as judged against the Dollar or Euro. The opportunity to either Dollar or Euro-based buyers remains. This is highlighted most clearly by Fig 2.—a chart published by Liv-ex last week showing a percentage of value growth for ...

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A Window of Burgundian Opportunity?

As the trade prepares to build marketing campaigns on Burgundy 2015, it provides an
opportune moment to consider how Burgundy stands as a category today. The Liv-ex Burgundy 150 (an index of the ten most recently shipped vintages of 15 red and 15 white Burgundy) stands at 353.11 having moved 19.75% year-to-date [Fig 2], yet perhaps this does not tell the whole story; Burgundy is difficult to track in terms o...

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Questions, questions and…clichés

As expected, the monthly close for the major Liv-ex indices revealed significant steps forward with nearly all of the five main indices up 20% + year-to-date.
With two months remaining in 2016, it looks likely that the fine wine market will have enjoyed a year of considerable value growth. Indeed, if key exchange rates remain at similar levels, it is hard to see the current climb in value abating as we head ...

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2014 In Focus

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 (an index of the last ten physical vintages of the five First Growth) has continued to edge forward standing at 331.47 today—a solid increase over last month’s finish [Fig 1]. A comparable step forward is also expected of the broader Bordeaux indices— the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 and Bordeaux 500 — when the October figures are calculated.
 
While these i...

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Learning Lessons

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 has pushed on once more beyond the September monthly close [Fig 1] and now currently stands at 330, indicating that trading in Bordeaux First Growth remains strong as we progress through the final quarter of 2016. 

Here and in other reports, there has been much commentary relating to the currency influence on the fine wine market.  It should be stressed that this is n...

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