Market Comment   |   Feb 18, 2020

Global Financial Forecast 2020-2027

Read our latest report to learn more on what to expect from the financial markets in the next 7 years.

Since 2008, the economy and financial markets have been driven by extraordinary actions from central banks, a thirst for yield, falling productivity and a prolonged expansion characterized by very low inflation. We continue to expect the next seven years to be driven by a return to normality in central bank activities and productivity. Demographics should drive investor behaviour toward income, politics are likely to have a greater impact than usual, debt will continue to affect the economy and ESG factors will further influence capital allocation.

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