Liv-ex March Recap

April 08, 2015

The Liv-ex 100 index dipped slightly in March, dropping 0.4%, matching February's decline. The Liv-ex Fine Wine 50 held relatively steady until the last week of the month when it drifted, eventually closing March on 268.17, down 0.6%.

While the Liv-ex 100 and Liv-ex 50 indices both declined in March, the Liv-ex Fine Wine 1000 index – the broadest measure of the market – held steady.

Bordeaux’s share of trade on the index was 72.9%, a little way under its monthly average in 2014 of 79.1%.

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