Your Daily Brief For January 17th

Your Daily Brief For January 17th

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In today’s Daily Brief, we'll look at what the world's largest investment fund thinks about inflation and market returns over the next couple of years.

"Norges Bank Investment Management owns 1.5% of the world’s listed companies, making it the biggest single owner of stocks out there. And right now, the fund is sending out an ominous prediction that stubborn inflation could hold back market returns for years to come."

Key takeaways:

  • The world’s biggest fund expects inflation to stick around, a bad omen for market returns
  • Swedish battery maker Northvolt secured a $5 billion loan, and the status of Europe’s best-funded startup along with it


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