Like many of those working in the industry at that time, I didn’t foresee the hurricane that was about to hit in the shape of what we now refer to as the global financial crisis.
This was, of course, merely the beginning of a period of challenges, transformation and reinvention, much of which is still underway.
A little over a decade on, I now head up TheCityUK, an organisation born out of those same storms, founded to convene the collective voice of the many sectors across the financial industry. Our aim today remains fundamentally the same as it was then: to champion and support the success of the financial and related professional services ecosystem.
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The Aspen Times is hosting two educational digital seminars next week for businesses interested in learning more about marketing ideas and approaches.
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Underlining its inherent volatility, Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Nio Inc – ADR (NYSE: NIO) stock is retreating after Wednesday’s 14%-plus rally that took the stock to its highest level since mid-2019.
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Let’s start with some good news – according to Goldman Sachs’ chief global equity strategist Peter Oppenheimer, 2020 will see a continuation of last year’s surge. Oppenheimer believes 2019’s bull run was down to valuation expansion. If the history books are anything to go by, then 2020 will see a repeat of the trend.
“Years of strong valuation expansion are generally followed by positive returns in the equity market, although typically at a slower pace. Moderate profit growth this year and higher starting multiples point to total returns in the high single digits for the asset class globally in 2020,” Oppenheimer noted.
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