The challenges have continued to stack up in 2022: war in Europe, higher-than-expected inflation and China’s industrial capacity limited by continued COVID lockdowns. Central banks must walk a fine line to tamp down inflation without sending the world into a recession.
With the worst of the pandemic largely behind us, the global economy has run hot, fuelled logistics issues and supply shortages for key inputs. Read our updated outlook to learn more about the trends that we see shaping the future of capital markets.
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