A rescuer rests at a site of a residential house damaged during Russia’s attack on Kyiv, Ukraine, on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A rescuer rests at a site of a residential house damaged during Russia’s attack on Kyiv, Ukraine, on December 29. Photo: Reuters
David Brown
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Brown

Peace in Ukraine would give financial markets the boost they need in 2023

  • In addition to the massive human cost, the war has hurt global stability and growth prospects, wreaking chaos on energy markets
  • The introduction of a peace premium into expectations could easily lift global equity prices by the 20 per cent lost last year

A rescuer rests at a site of a residential house damaged during Russia’s attack on Kyiv, Ukraine, on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A rescuer rests at a site of a residential house damaged during Russia’s attack on Kyiv, Ukraine, on December 29. Photo: Reuters
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