Published by : Sarasin & Partners
It has been an extraordinary five years for global markets in terms of both risk and return, and whilst the two big populist votes of 2016 have had minimal immediate consequences on equity markets, is this likely to continue?
In this article, CIO Guy Monson discusses the fragmenting of the global economy, today’s benign equity volatility, and the three key challenges that concern us for 2017.
Published:16 January 2017
Business Area: Equities
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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