Danske AM keeps equities overweight – but expects single digit returns and more volatility in 2020

A newly positive sentiment makes Danske Bank Asset Management maintain a higher risk in its portfolios relative to the long-term average.

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Equities have a reasonable return potential in the coming year, according to Danske Bank Asset Management. The AM arm of Denmark's largest lender thus maintains a slight overweight in equities and a matching underweight in bonds, it writes in its quarterly publication House View.

Danske Bank expects that global equities will deliver a return of around 4-8 percent over the coming 12 months.

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