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In this episode of IG’s Trading the Markets podcast, Daniela Sabin Hathorn is joined by Rick Bensignor to talk about recessions. The conversation is centred around how to navigate a recession in the market and also how inflation and central bank policies will have a big impact on the characteristics of a possible recessionary period to come. Rick warns that investors shouldn’t get too caught up about labelling market trends.

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