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What does the next decade hold for investors?

The economic fundamentals remain decent

By Duncan Weldon   Winter Special

Photo: Wang Ye/Xinhua News Agency/PA Images

The 2010s were an odd decade for the global economy. The recovery from the so-called Great Recession has persisted but it has been sluggish. The US is enjoying its longest continuous expansion on record but while it has lasted a long time, it has been relatively shallow. The eurozone, absent a brief upturn in 2016 and 2017, has…

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