January saw equities rallying despite global central bank tightening, corporate reporting season showed S&P 500 earnings in Q4 down, the IMF forecasting global growth to fall, and Crypto surprising to the upside.

We look at what has happened in the world of global economics and finance over Q4 2022 and in 2022 in general and what risks and events may affect markets over 2023.

The Fed’s gamble, ECB fears, a risk-taking BoE?, China’s cautious optimism, and crypto’s continuing challenge.

A cooling economy, rising geopolitical tensions, and weakening demand may slow down central banks.

No red wave, ECB fears, a “meta” mistake and crypto exchange collapse.

No Fed pivots, a game of chicken for the BoE, Europe’s manufacturing crisis, and a worsening winter for crypto.

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