Investment Outlook: Moving forward in 2015

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In 2015, ABN AMRO Private Banking expects the world economy to grow and the US expansion to broaden and to reach the shores of the eurozone and Japan. Lower energy prices will provide a boost to consumers and companies and a weaker euro and Japanese yen will complement the quantitative easing already well underway by the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan.

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In 2015, ABN AMRO Private Banking expects the world economy to grow and the US expansion to broaden and to reach the shores of the eurozone and Japan. Lower energy prices will provide a boost to consumers and companies and a weaker euro and Japanese yen will complement the quantitative easing already well underway by the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan.

Didier Duret, Chief Investment Officer of ABN AMRO Private Banking, said: “Low oil prices and a higher US dollar will be major tailwinds to the world recovery and earnings generation but we face a new normal for diversifying the risks. Opportunities have narrowed in the bond space and equities have become income- and return-generating assets by default.” Investors can prepare by broadly diversifying across sectors, bond issuers and geography. ABN AMRO Private Banking provides more information on these recommendations in the 2015 Investment Outlook, published today and available below.

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