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Economies after COVID

The COVID pandemic will leave a profound economic legacy. But unlike previous crises, this will not necessarily manifest itself in much weaker rates of long-term economic growth. Instead, the economic legacy of the pandemic will be felt in changes to economic structures, an increasingly fractured global economy, and the need for a period of ultra-low interest rates to manage debt burdens. In this environment, equities are likely to outperform bonds.

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