The executive director of the Family Office, Abdul Mohsen Al-Omran, said that global markets are suffering from the consequences of the inflation that started after the Corona pandemic, and then from the effects of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Al-Omran added in an interview with Al-Arabiya: “The situation suggests that the peak of inflation is approaching, but we may be surprised by some increases in some economies like Great Britain to over 10% “.
Al-Omran predicted that interest rates in the United States would hit 5% by the end of next year.
And he expected the 10-year bond yield to hit 5% earlier than that, adding, “We’ve seen the increase in a few months from 1.6% to 3.2%.
Regarding investment expectations in the equity markets, among Al-Omran, there are growth stocks, which are stocks that ensure investment growth in future, even if there are losses they get today, and they are directed to them when the benefits are few, like the big tech companies.
As for value companies, they are profitable companies with predictable bases in theirs performance and earnings per share over the next five and ten years.
Al-Omran explained that this type of investment can have low returns, but with fewer fluctuations and risks.
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