The Liv-ex 1000 index – the broadest measure of the market – closed September on 321.20, a decrease of 0.14% on August’s close of 321.64. Despite this month’s fall, the index is up 7.14% for the year.
Within the Liv-ex 1000, both Bordeaux sub-indices and the Rhone 100 helped to force the broader market down. Resilient prices in other areas supported the index from falling further. The Rest of the World 50 was the strongest sub-index, gaining 2.29%.