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A Danish bank's list of outrageous predictions for 2022 include NFTs tanking Spotify stock, 15% inflation, and an army of women on Reddit taking on corporations

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

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Danish asset manager Saxo Bank has released its Outrageous Predictions list for markets in 2022.
They include Spotify stock sliding as musicians use NFTs to build revenue share.
Another prediction sees US inflation soaring to 15% and the Fed moving too late in hiking interest rates.
NFTs taking over the music industry from Spotify , US inflation soaring to double-digit rates, and women traders banding together to put an epic squeeze on "patriarch companies" are among Saxo Bank 's outrageous market predictions for 2022. The Danish asset manager's annual...
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