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2023 expectations

25 Jan, 2023 | Return|

Join Square Mile's Chief Investment Officer, Mark Harries, as he talks with James Ashley, Head of Market Strategy at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and Hugh Gimber, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, as they discuss the outlook for the year ahead: inflation expectations, a potentially recessionary environment, and what this all means for investors.

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This was recorded on Friday 20th January 2023. This podcast is only aimed at professional advisers and regulated firms and should not be passed on to or relied upon by any other persons. It is not intended for retail investors, who should obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the podcast, remembering past performance is not an indication of future performance. It is published by, and remains the copyright of, Square Mile Investment Consulting and Research Ltd. Square Mile makes no warranties or representations regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein. This podcast represents the views and forecasts of SM at the date of issue and may be subject to change without reference or notification to you. Nothing in this podcast shall be deemed to constitute a regulated activity or an invitation or inducement to engage in investment activity and it is not a recommendation to buy or sell any funds or investments that are mentioned during this podcast.


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