Projection reports for 2016 are rolling in. Here are five highlights from NEI Investments’ market outlook:

  • Chinese growth will be about a 6% (marginally lower than the Chinese government’s projection of 6.5%).
  • The outlook for emerging markets growth will likely remain subdued.

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  • The resource sector is approaching a bottom, but it is unlikely to rebound significantly in the coming year.
  • Don’t expect U.S. equities to surge in 2016.
  • The European economy is probably two years or more behind the U.S. in terms of recovery.

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