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Keith Skeoch: why I believe markets will make 'substantial returns'

Keith Skeoch has years of investment experience and a strong track record when it comes to calling the markets.

As the Standard Life boss oversees his firm's mega-merger with Aberdeen Asset Management, he imparts some of wisdom in a series of exclusive video interviews with Citywire. 

Skeoch explains why right now he is positive about both markets and risk assets across the globe.

'You will see economic policy pushing more at growth...and with no inflation, that [will drive] substantial returns,' he says.

Next up, Skeoch will explain why he has personally invested substantially in SLI's Gars fund, and why he expects it to bounce back. 

 

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