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It is probably best just to accept that both our lives and the economy will remain constrained by the pandemic into 2021 and look forward to better times thereafter. The sooner we accept that we are stuck on a long and unfamiliar road, the sooner we can consider what this new landscape means for investment choices. Last week, the CDC outlined three phases for a return to normality.

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