Video: What does 2019 hold for investors?

In the first of our Christmas video series Charles Stanley's Chief Investment Officer, Jon Cunliffe, sets the economic scene and reveals his outlook for 2019.

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Following a long period of growth some investors are wondering whether a recession is around the corner and are becoming cautious about investing. In this video Charles Stanley's Chief Investment Officer, Jon Cunliffe, assesses whether this is a likely scenario and reveals what he is looking out for in 2019.

Read more about John's views, and his comment on the recent market turbulence here.

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