Insights Jan, 2017

2017 Investment Insight

2016 proved to be an eventful year both economically and politically. Despite the global economy’s strong start to the year, by end of 2016 global forecasts by the World Bank were revised downwards due to the weaker growth in advanced economies, low commodity price environment, unanticipated market shocks caused by the Brexit vote and volatility in the global equities markets.
2017 Investment Insight

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