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Key dates 2022

January

Date Event type Event
17-21 International bodies Switzerland 2022 World Economic Annual Forum
26 Central banks Fed meeting

February

Date Event type Event
3 Central banks ECB meeting, BoE meeting and inflation report

March 

Date Event type Event
10 Central banks ECB meeting
16 Central banks Fed meeting
17 Central banks BoE meeting

 

April

Date Event type Event
10 Geopolitical meetings France presidential elections first round
14 Central banks ECB meeting
20 Geopolitical meetings France presidential elections second round.
Spring meeting of IMF and World Bank

May

Date Event type Event
4 Central banks Fed meeting
5 Central banks BoE meeting and inflation report

June

Date Event type Event
9 Central banks ECB meeting
15 Central banks Fed meeting
16 Central banks BoE meeting

 

July

Date Event type Event
21 Central banks ECB meeting
27 Central banks Fed meeting.
Likely ending of Fed tapering

August

Date Event type Event
4 Central banks BoE meeting and inflation report
  Central banks Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium

September

Date Event type Event
8 Central banks ECB meeting
15 Central banks BoE meeting
21 Central banks Fed meeting

October

Date Event type Event
2 Geopolitical meetings Brazillian presidential elections
8 Geopolitical meetings 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party
16 International bodies Annual meeting of IMF and World Bank
27 Central banks ECB meeting

 

November

Date Event type Event
2 Central banks Fed meeting
3 Central banks BoE meeting and inflation report
8 Geopolitical meetings US Senate and House of Representatives midterms
7-18 International bodies UN climate change conference (COP27) in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt

December

Date Event type Event
14 Central banks Fed meeting
15 Central banks ECB meeting and BoE meeting
1-18 International bodies FIFA World Cup

 

Outlook 2022

Our investment experts look at why active management looks key for equity investors, what elevated inflation and promised rate hikes mean for bonds, our five-year capital market assumptions and the potential opportunities created by climate change that investors need to consider.

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