2021 Global Investment Outlook. For investors in the Americas

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Philip Lawlor, MD and head of Global Investment Research at FTSE Russell

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Recent positive vaccine news flows are clearly changing the market narrative and posing very big questions regarding the 2021 global investment outlook. Join Philip Lawlor, MD and Head of Global Investment Research at FTSE Russell, to hear: • Answers to the "big questions" facing global markets in 2021. • Analysis into global equity and bond markets in the context of “vaccine optimism”. • Insight into whether 2021 will see a simultaneous rotation in: - Growth and inflation expectations - Bond yields, curves and financial conditions - The profit and valuation cycle - Factor and sector performance. This webinar qualifies for 0.5 Credit which can be used to contribute towards an institution’s Professional Learning Program in alliance with their guidelines.
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