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A change in fundamentals could make international bonds more attractive.
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Despite the strong year for stocks in 2021, markets have confidently priced in some negative trends gathering more momentum in 2022 which may help markets, should trends reverse.
As we look to the new year, what can investors expect from the markets in 2022?
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Some of the market’s recent pressures are showing signs of easing.
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As central banks begin reducing market liquidity, will economic growth keep markets afloat?
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COVID-19 is becoming endemic rather than pandemic.
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U.S. stocks fell Friday amid rising fears about a new COVID-19 variant.
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Persistent high-tide growth is likely to help float the global economy safely over the rocks of risks in 2022, despite waves of worries: COVID, inflation, shortages & rate hikes.
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Are companies that repurchase their shares poised for outperformance?
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After a year of supply shortages, the global economy may be closer to the end of the supply chain problems than the beginning.
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