Kempen Outlook 2022

Every year we take a joint look at the future. We look at a number of themes that may significantly impact the economy and the financial markets.

"We are optimistic about economic growth in 2022. We expect strong growth in the US, the eurozone and Japan, but China will lag. Many countries have not yet recovered from the coronavirus pandemic. Yet corona continues to play a significant role."

On Tuesday 7 December we hosted our live Outlook event: Macro and Micro. During this event you experience how trust and the human brain have huge impact on socioeconomic challenges.
With Joost van Leenders, economist and senior investment strategist at Van Lanschot Kempen and Erik Schoppen, famous neuroscientist, behavioural researcher and brand expert.

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