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Five shares to watch in 2022

FIVE SHARES TO WATCH IN 2022

The ongoing impact of the pandemic means no one can be quite sure what the next year will bring.

But while some uncertainty still lingers, we think the stage is set for 2022 to be a year of continued recovery – especially for certain companies.

Download this guide, which is not personal advice, to discover which shares we think could be worthy of attention. They include:

  • A fund management group offering exposure to the tech boom
  • A medical device maker with the potential to mount an impressive recovery in the year ahead
  • A household name for those with a sweet tooth

Plus – how to start investing in shares today.

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    This isn’t personal advice. Over time investments will rise and fall in value, so you could get back less than you put in. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you, please ask for advice.

    Which shares have made this year’s list?

    The ongoing impact of the pandemic means no one can be quite sure what the next year will bring.

    But while some uncertainty still lingers, we think the stage is set for 2022 to be a year of continued recovery – especially for certain companies.

    Download this guide to discover which shares we think could be worthy of attention. They include:

    • A fund management group offering exposure to the tech boom
    • A medical device maker with the potential to mount an impressive recovery in the year ahead
    • A household name for those with a sweet tooth

    Plus – how to start investing in shares today.

    This isn’t personal advice. Over time investments will rise and fall in value, so you could get back less than you put in. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you, please ask for advice.

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