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Weekly review: Fuel for a Santa Claus Rally (renewably sourced of course)

Chief economist Steven Bell explains why he foresees a continuation in the equity bull market, and how Boris avoided a big blunder last week…
November 2021
Steven Bell

Steven Bell

Managing Director, Portfolio Manager & Chief Economist, Multi Asset Solutions

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