The year 2022 will go down in the books as a pitch-black year for investors. A cocktail of worrying developments, including a spike in inflation, tightening monetary policy, the economic implications of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, an energy crisis and recession fears, resulted in a historically bad investment year in which both equity and bond investors suffered hefty losses.
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