Saxo Bank's annual Outrageous Predictions are 10 unlikely, but far more likely than appreciated events that could transpire in the coming year and would have significant consequences. They are not an attempt to predict the future or to be outrageous for the sake of it. They are meant to spark debate and provoke thinking outside the box.
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