- Multiple risks raise the specter of an “imminent” global recession in the 2020s, according to strategists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
- In a recent note outlining the biggest investing trends of the next decade, they flagged the $13 trillion stockpile of negative-yielding bonds as the market’s biggest vulnerability.
- They also offered recommendations that could help investors prepare for a downturn in the new decade.
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Investors are on track to exit the 2010s without experiencing another global recession.
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