Danica CIO expects decent returns in 2021

Even though the Covid-19 pandemic is far from over, Danica's chief investment officer expects decent return figures for 2021.

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For the financial markets, 2020 was a roller coaster and even though many things are still uncertain, Danica's CIO Poul Kobberup foresees decent returns in 2021, according to business media Finans.

"Now the vaccine is on its way, the economies are opening back up and growth is getting stronger. These are beneficial circumstances for competent firms," says Kobberup, who expects returns in the area of 5-10 percent for the whole year.

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