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Macro Outlook Webcast: Looking to 2021 and Beyond, December 2020

Join Eoin Murray, Head of Investment, and Neil Williams, Senior Economic Adviser, for a lively discussion as they look to 2021 and beyond.

With vaccines approaching and economies gradually recouping their GDP, Murray and Williams set out their market and macro views for the coming year and beyond. They also discuss the current state of financial markets, consider what this means from an asset class perspective, and provide their views on asset allocation.

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