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J. Safra Sarasin reveals its top 5 investment ideas for 2019

huGO-BildID: 39959491 A logo is seen at a branch office of private Bank J. Safra Sarasin in Basel October 26, 2014. Swiss authorities have searched the offices of private Bank J. Safra Sarasin as part of a probe led by German prosecutors into dividend stripping, an investment strategy that can be used to help clients avoid taxes, a Zurich prosecutor said. Authorities searched Sarasin's offices in Basel and Zurich on Thursday, as well as others connected to the bank, in a broader investigation into so-called "cum ex" dividend deals, Zurich deputy prosecutor Marcel Strassburger told Reuters. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND – Tags: BUSINESS LOGO)

Given global monetary tightening, including the recent series of Fed rate hikes, J. Safra Sarasin expects the world economy to slow in the first half of the year but is more optimistic about the latter six months. Accordingly, the private bank has earmarked five key asset classes for 2019. “Inflation is unlikely to surge dramatically, but it will be high…

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