2017 – a list of lists regarding the macro investment outlook

January 31st 2017 | Categories: Investing |

World map point-line composition, representing the global network connection


Despite a terrible start to the year and a few political surprises along the way, 2016 saw good returns for diversified investors who held their nerve. Balanced super funds had returns around 7.5%, which is pretty good given inflation was just 1.5%. 2017 is commencing with less fear than seen a year ago but there is consternation regarding Donald Trump’s policies, political developments in Europe and the growth outlook. This note provides a summary of key insights on the global investment outlook and key issues around it in simple dot point form.

Seven lessons from 2016

Global growth may be constrained – but it’s far stronger and more resilient than was feared at the start of 2016.

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Source: Dr Shane Oliver Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist AMP Capital 

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