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29.12.2023 13:50|Investment Advice Department, Conotoxia Ltd.

Dear Investors, we invite you to download the annual report prepared by the Investment Advice Department of Conotoxia Ltd. ( investment service) aimed at active participants in the capital market. The report "Yearly Outlook 2024" presents the main events and trends that, according to the experts of Conotoxia Ltd., will shape the global financial markets this year. Use this knowledge to get an edge when investing in 2024.

US economy: What challenges does the world's most prominent economy face, given the unravelling situation, inflationary pressures and the prospect of recession?

In the report, we present our perspective on the US economy. Considerations include high consumer spending, low unemployment, momentum in the technology sector, rising inflation, high interest rates and a possible recession.

European Union under the impact of the war in Ukraine: What is the outlook for EU economic growth in the context of the conflict in Ukraine, elevated inflation and a slowdown?

In Europe, the economic outlook depends on the complicated situation related to the war in Ukraine, which impacts elevated inflation and a slowdown in GDP growth. We will see what challenges this poses for the EU economy and the forecasts for the euro fluctuation.

China and other emerging economies: How is the crisis in China's real estate sector affecting the Chinese economy, and what development scenarios can be envisioned for 2024?

The crisis in China's real estate sector poses a significant challenge to the Chinese economy. We examine what measures are being taken by the Chinese government and what the three possible scenarios for China's GDP in the year 2024 are.

Emerging markets: What are the key challenges and prospects for other emerging markets, given their potential for growth and innovation?

Emerging markets face many challenges and prospects. We make predictions on how they will cope with the issues that lie ahead and the benefits that population growth, technological development and a growing middle class can bring.

Commodities market: What is the outlook for oil, natural gas and gold prices in light of changing market conditions?

An analysis of the commodity market situation includes the decline in oil prices, the balance in the natural gas market, the outlook for gold, as well as factors affecting commodity prices in the coming months.

S&P 500: What are the projected all-time records for the S&P 500 index, and could the Nasdaq 100 index be overvalued?

While the outlook for the S&P 500 Index is for more all-time records, let's consider what's next for the Nasdaq 100 Index - could its growth potential be limited?

US Long-Term Bonds: What are the benefits of investing in US long-term bonds, given the forecasts for lower interest rates?

An analysis of the long-term bond market in the US includes forecasts for lower interest rates. With this in mind, let's see what benefits could arise from investing in this type of asset.

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