Swedish fund managers: The crucial factor is whether Covid-19 spreads in the US

Swedish fund managers don't want to draw conclusions too early about the impact of the Coronavirus. Their optimism about stock prices in 2020 has not dissipated.

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After dramatic setbacks in the stock markets in recent days due to the implications of Covid-19, Swedish fund managers have not lost all optimism regarding 2020. But they are careful not to draw any conclusions too soon.

Swedish investors' news site asked several fund managers about the current situation and their expectations for the stock markets in 2020.

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