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Monthly Macro and Strategy | Where will growth come from?

December 5, 2022

"Expectations for GDP growth in 2023 keep getting revised lower as economists are wrapping their collective heads around the idea that a recession is coming.”

— Sébastien Mc Mahon and Adil Mahroug



  • Although GDP growth has held through 2022, next year is shaping up to be more fragile.
  • The expectations for a coming central bank pivot might be overly optimistic, as history suggests it might not happen until late 2023/early 2024.
  • We remain careful about calling the end of the current bear market. Our positioning remains tilted away from equities and more towards sovereign bonds



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Sébastien Mc Mahon, MA, PRM, CFA
Chief Strategist, Senior Economist and Vice-President, Asset Allocation & Portfolio Manager

Adil Mahroug, M. Sc.
Senior Strategist and Director, Asset Allocation


Topic : Economic news

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