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Vanguard economic and market outlook for 2024: Global summary

The global outlook summary highlights the top-level findings of Vanguard’s full economic and market outlook, to be distributed in mid-December.

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Webcast: Vanguard Economic and Market Outlook for 2024

Join Vanguard's experts on this insightful webcast where they discussed how rate hikes to combat inflation will affect the economy, how markets could be affected by a higher-interest-rate environment, economic forecasts, and explore the potential impact of our 2024 outlook on your portfolios.

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