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‘Something new under the sun’: Ruffer releases its 2024 review

The 2024 Ruffer Review explores what the rise of artificial intelligence means for investors, the murky realities of cricket, and the “thankless endeavour” of forecasting. Also discussed are the technological developments that have shaped markets, and the political-economic ecosystem.
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“Novelties have emerged in the financial system which heighten the risk of a crisis and could amplify market moves in the event,” writes Ruffer co-chief investment officer Henry Maxey in the 2024 Ruffer Review.

“These emergent features – the new things under the sun – are yet to be tested. When they are, investors will once again blame it on the weatherman.”

Henry Maxey

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