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March 2022 / VIDEO

How We’re Positioned Against Heightened Market Risks

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has heightened market risk following an already volatile start to the year in markets.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has created further market risk. We see five key downside risks at present: stretched valuations, the looming end of central bank stimulus, the normalization of earnings growth, a worsening inflation outlook, and rising geopolitical risk. The Asset Allocation Committee has maintained the cautious positioning we adopted at the beginning of the year.


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