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While we don’t know exactly what will happen in 2023, we do know that the UK economy will likely spend at least some of it in recession. Recession won’t itself trigger a market crash; performance will depend on the severity of any downturn, and thinking is that this could be a long and shallow recession. That’s been factored into many share prices already, so markets will react to surprises, perhaps to company profits, interest rates, the growth outlook or macro events. There will be opportunities, as there always are in these circumstances, to buy good companies at reasonable prices, but investors will have to pay close attention as events unfold
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