SEB: Low yields and reasonable growth equals and justifies high equity valuations

With the current stock market valuations in mind, however, the upside seems to be limited, according to the Swedish financial group, which bets on domestic shares to outperform global and emerging equities.

Johan Hagbarth, investment strategist, private banking | Photo:

The decade that just ended was dominated by good economic growth and rising share prices.

The new decade is starting with modest annual global growth, roughly 3 percent, and with share valuations at the highest levels since the dot-com bubble in the US, which burst in 2000.

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