Liv-ex 100 runs flat in September

October 01, 2015

The Liv-ex 100 Index ran flat in September, closing on 241.65 (0.00%). It is up 1.3% year to date. The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 also ran flat, closing the month on 269.04 (-0.03%).

This month’s top mover comes from Champagne: Cristal 2004 gained 8.0%. Champagne has seen high levels of activity on the Exchange in recent months: in September, the region accounted for 10.7% of all trade by value as a number of new vintages entered the market. Lynch Bages 2000 also featured among the top movers – and the Chateau was the most traded label outside of the First Growths in September.

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