Publicado 07/12/2016 08:01CET
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Saxo Bank's 10 Outrageous Predictions for 2017 (1)

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, December 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Will this be the year when China exceeds growth expectations, Brexit turns into Bremain, the Mexican peso soars and Italian banks turn out to the best performing equity asset class?  

Saxo Bank, the online multi-asset trading and investment specialist, has today released its annual set of 'Outrageous Predictions' for the year ahead.

Continuing in the tradition of making a selection of calls aimed at provoking conversation on what might surprise or shock the investment returns in the year ahead this year's predictions cover a range of scenarios, including a Chinese growth rebound, an Italian bank rally, Brexit giving way to Bremain and the EU's willingness to change in the face of populist backlash, among others. The Outrageous Predictions should not be considered Saxo's official market outlook, it is instead the events and market moves deemed outliers with huge potentials for upsetting consensus views.

Steen Jakobsen, Chief Economist at Saxo Bank, commented: "After a year in which reality has managed to surpass even seemingly unlikely calls - with the Brexit surprise and the US election outcome - the common theme for our Outrageous Predictions for 2017 is that desperate times call for desperate actions.

"With change always happening in times of crisis, 2017 may be a wakeup call which sees a real departure from the 'business as usual', both in central bank expansionism and government austerity policies which have characterized the post-2009 crisis.

"As some of our past outrageous predictions have turned out to be far less outrageous that at first thought, it is important that investors are aware of the range of possibilities outside of the market consensus so that they can make informed decisions, even in seemingly unlikely market scenarios."

It is in this spirit that we release Saxo Bank's Outrageous Predictions for 2017:

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