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What the delayed recession means for investors

Has the 2023 recession forecast for the UK/US been avoided, or delayed for 2024? Kyle and guest consider why the prediction of a recession in 2023 has not materialised, its impact on the UK market, and what it means for US/UK interest rates.

21st September 2023 11:47

by the interactive investor team from interactive investor

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Has the 2023 recession forecast for the UK/US economy been avoided, or has the storm been delayed for 2024? This week, Kyle is joined by Sunil Krishnan, head of multi-asset funds for Aviva Investors, to look at why the prediction for a recession in 2023 has not materialised, its impact on the UK stock market, and what it means for US/UK interest rates going forward.

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Kyle Caldwell is collectives editor at interactive investor.

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