VIDEO: The optimists' guide and the pessimists' guide to 2016
Rose tinted glasses or glass half empty?
Oil could climb to $100 a barrel, pressing the brake on economic growth. The UK could leave the European Union. Global banks could be hit by a cyber attack.
These are just some of the bad things that could happen in 2016, which would have ripple effects in the wider markets for investors, according to some of the smartest people in finance.
While most of us are waiting impatiently for our Christmas dinner, the smart money folks...
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