Timing is everything during pandemic: How investors can ride the second wave and not drown in it

Deep Dive into global equities

Adrien Pichoud of SYZ Private Banking

Adrien Pichoud of SYZ Private Banking

Following the initial uplift from the announcement of a Covid-19 vaccine, markets have slowed, caught between optimism for the 2021 outlook and short-term concerns around the second wave impact.

However, we expect a positive kick-off for risk assets in 2021, with conditions ripe for a co-ordinated acceleration of global growth. Over the next three to six months, as vaccine rollouts allow economic...

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