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Into 2018 – Global volatility

Focused thinking: 3 Minute Video
November 2017
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Excess liquidity in the financial system and on-going unconventional easing have pushed market volatility to historic lows in 2017. Should investors prepare for more volatility in 2018 as the major central banks start to make policy less accommodative?

In this video, Lewis Alexander, Head of Fixed Income Research, America, Philipp de Cassan, Head of Euro Flow Rates Trading, Renuka Fernandez, Senior European Rates Strategist, George Goncalves, Head of Fixed Income Strategy, America, Wendy Liu, Head of China Equity Research, and Tony Morris, Global Head of Quantitative Strategies, share their views on the global liquidity situation and whether markets are likely to become more volatile in 2018.


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