Saxo Bank issues list for 2022 world expectations
(MENAFN) As 2021 was shaped by climate change talks, social disparity and the Coronavirus pandemic, the topic of revolution changed Saxo Bank's yearly Outrageous Predictions review for the coming year, mentioned the Danish investment bank.
Saxo Bank has a list of 10 unlikely-to-happen incidents next year, which would spread fear among international economic markets if they do happen. They contain delaying the scheme of stopping the use of fossil fuels, Facebook faceplanting as young people avoid the social platform and American inflation breaking the 15 percent after a wage-price curve.
On Sunday, Dec. 5 Steen Jakobsen, chief investment officer at Saxo Bank, announced: “There is so much energy building up in our inequality-plagued society and economy,” and “add to that the inability of the current system to address the issue and we need to look into the future with a fundamental view that it is not a question of whether we get a revolution but a more a question of when and how.”
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