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Market falls caused by the spread of Coronavirus may be causing you some concern about the performance of your pension and savings investments. We appreciate this can be unsettling, especially if you have seen your values fall as a result of recent events.
But as our article 'Coronavirus, market falls and your investments' (123KB) explains, when markets experience volatility due to major global events like this, they tend to recover over time. Please be aware that past performance is not a guide to future performance.
To help you understand some of the things you might want to consider during this period of uncertainty, read our market volatility Q&A (80KB). This information aims to provide you with help and guidance depending on your circumstances.
You can also read our dedicated Coronavirus FAQ page for guidance on your pension investments.
Before making any decisions relating to your pension or other investments, you may wish to speak to a financial adviser. You can find one yourself at Unbiased or you can also get financial advice from Standard Life. There is likely to be a cost for getting advice.
If you invest in property funds there are some temporary restrictions in place that may apply to you.
If you invest in property funds provided by Standard Life through your pension plan or bond (either with Standard Life or SL in the fund name) find out what this means for you.
Or if you're invested in property funds through your Individual Savings Account (ISA), Personal Portfolio, International Portfolio Bond or Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP), find out how you're affected
If you're looking for more information on how Coronavirus is affecting markets, you can read our COVID-19 support articles for guidance on what's happening, including the latest market review from Aberdeen Standard Investments' Richard Dunbar.
Please also read our Coronavirus FAQs for specific answers to questions about your pension investments.