The Liv-ex 1000 index – the broadest measure of the market – was up 0.1% in May to close on 353.48. This is the first time the index has risen this year, albeit a small rise.
The industry benchmark – the Liv-ex 100 – dipped 0.17% this month to close on 308.01. The Liv-ex 50 – which tracks the First Growths – also fell 0.31%.
Within the Liv-ex 1000, the Bordeaux Legends 50 was the biggest riser in May, up 0.49%. It was closely followed by the Rhone 100 and the Italy 100.
The Champagne 50 was the biggest faller this month (-0.98%), followed by the Rest of the World 50 (-0.63%).
Over a one-year period, the Burgundy 150 has been the best-performing sub-index (+15.85%). You can read more about the region’s secondary market performance in our latest report (published in January).
The Italy 100, however, has been somewhat of a dark horse and is up 7.84% over the same period. It is also the only sub-index to post positive gains year-to-date (1.67%).