Investors should prepare for 'growing Covid aftershocks'

Mark Battersby
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Covid was the ‘earthquake,' but investors now need to prepare themselves for the growing ‘aftershocks', argues deVere Group chief executive Nigel Green, as concerns mount over the economic slowdown in China, global inflationary pressures and turbulence in emerging markets. Green said: "Covid was like a monumental earthquake that shook the world economy to its foundations - and like major earthquakes, there are potentially highly damaging aftershocks. "For many, life is almost back to normal, but investors need to be aware of the ongoing multiple investment headwinds that have come abo...

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