Pension companies see opportunities after corona and oil market shocks

Every cloud has a silver lining, and several Danish pension companies see Monday's share plunge as an opportunity for long-term gains.

Tine Choi Danielsen, chief strategist at PFA | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH

Monday was a hard day for equities, as the coronavirus and shock on the oil market sent markets plummeting.

However, this may lead to returns for Danish pension companies, as when private investors and other short-term investors are pressured by falling markets, long-term investors can maintain their equities – and even purchase more.

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