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Markets likely to be even lower at the end of 2023


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With persistent inflation, central banks are likely to continue raising rates and this will lead to further softening in GDP across many economies.

IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor caught up with Jeremy Lawson, chief economist at abrdn, to discuss the jobs market, growth and the effects of inflation on the markets.

He says it is more than likely that markets will be lower at the end of the year than they are now, but that we may see a far lower print than that at some point along the way.

He also explains the risks of trying to time the market if you thought it was a good opportunity to sell at the top and buy in at a lower price.

 

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