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Q3 2022: Economic Review

Hay Hill Wealth CIO Stephen Dowds and Investment Director Charles Armitage review key events of Q3 and share thoughts for outlook ahead.


"The current bear market is at its heart, a transition from a long period of extraordinary monetary stimulus back to a world where interest rates, both nominal and real, return to being positive."






The full report can be obtained by clicking on the link below or by contacting us directly at ir@hayhillwealth.com


Economic Outlook
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