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2021 Outlook

We asked a number of our managers for their thoughts on the outlook for their asset class next year, what they would like to see and the possible surprises.

21 Dec 2020
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While few of us will shed any tears as we wave goodbye to 2020, the prospect of a vaccine rollout, a hopefully less divisive occupant in the White House and at least the uncertainty of the Brexit outcome behind us, investors should have reasons for optimism over 2021. We asked a number of our managers for their thoughts on the outlook for their asset class next year, what they would like to see and the possible surprises that 2021 could bring. 
 
 

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