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Market outlook November – neutral equity exposure

The international growth picture remains favourable for equities and other risk assets, which influences corporate earnings. Inflation is low, and the central banks can be prudent in their interest rate setting. This indicates a positive attitude toward equities. However, prices have been rising in the stock markets for a long time, and there has been no correction for quite a while. Credit premiums are low, and equity prices have passed most price targets. After an overall assessment, we recommend a neutral equity exposure. We have also decided to retain our outlook for both the equity and fixed-income portfolios.

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