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Our market outlook is now available as a quarterly audio podcast.

New: the CIO View podcast

The CIO View is now available as an audio version. Subscribe to the podcast and listen to the CIO View on the go whenever you want.

At the center of the latest podcast: Monetary policy and election surprises influenced markets in 2016. In 2017, we face additional important elections as well as monetary- and fiscal-policy decisions. Markets should expect higher volatility. But the solid growth environment could support a positive tone in markets.

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