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Market Outlook Virtual Seminar
Market Outlook Virtual Seminar

H1 2018 Market Outlook Virtual Seminar

Turning up the heat

Market Outlook

2017 has been a very positive year for financial markets against a Goldilocks (i.e. not too hot, not too cold) economic backdrop. The strong performance of equities and corporate bonds was led by earnings growth across major regions, range-bound government bond yields and rising valuations. The fact that inflation in the US and Euro area has remained contained meant that worries over excessive monetary policy tightening and a turn in direction towards unwinding monetary stimulus failed to derail markets. Emerging market assets fared very well amid this environment of optimism, especially as the US Dollar softened.

So what about the outlook for 2018?

Hear from our Chief Investment Strategist, Steve Brice, to discover new opportunities that lie ahead.

H1 2018 Market Outlook Virtual Seminar: Turning up the heat

Our Speaker

Steve Brice

Steve Brice
Chief Investment Strategist
Standard Chartered Bank

Steve is our Bank’s Chief Investment Strategist and has over 20 years of market research and economic experience. He is a key member of the Bank’s Global Investment Council and also acts as an advisor to the Discretionary Portfolio Management division.

He regularly advises Private and Priority Banking clients as to the investment opportunities and risks in asset markets and brings with him a wealth of expertise from both a macroeconomic perspective and across different asset classes.

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