Global financial markets could be in for another choppy year in 2023, say analysts, with the first quarter likely to be the most volatile.

A number of factors weighed on markets in 2022, with multi-decade high inflation and the Russian invasion of Ukraine putting notable strain on economies already battling to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic...

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