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Stock Markets: Historic Data and Forecasts

  • ,  Senior Investment Writer |
  • 24 Feb 2023


Is the bear market over? Read more below…

During the first quarter the MSCI World Index has continued to recover from October's lows. While the bear market in equities appears to be over, investor sentiment is less bullish and more cautiously optimistic. Inflation remains at the top of central bank agendas, so tighter monetary policy and lower liquidity levels could weigh on the outlook for equities.

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