"Unfortunately, the risks that are going to abate are probably the shorter list of the two. A lot of things are going to be intensifying over the next year. One that I think is going to abate, at least from an economic standpoint is some of the Covid-19 restrictions that have been still slowing down economic growth in places like China. However, when you look at global economic growth next year, you’re also talking about concerns about a recession and the other two main engines of the economy. That’s, of course, the United States and Europe. So I think it’s a mixed bag." - Matthew Bey, Senior Global Analyst at RANE.
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