Market on the move
Neal Martin on Bordeaux 1986
Mixed monthly movers
Fine wine risk vs. return
Final thought: Bordeaux 2014
Trade by both value and volume was up this month. A number of wines traded at all-time highs, including 100-point Pavie 2009 and 95-point Pichon Baron 2008. As the trade continue to show high levels of engagement, the number of active markets—wines with both a bid and offer on the Exchange— increased to 6,232 from 5,597. Most of the Liv-ex indices were firmer this month.
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