Oil rebounding to $100 a barrel by the end of 2016? A strong euro amid quantitative easing? These are just some of the "outrageous predictions" from Saxo Bank for 2016.
The Danish investment bank's 10 "unlikely, yet perhaps underappreciated" events that could have significant consequences on the financial landscape also include the Russian ruble rising 20 percent versus the US dollar/euro basket.
The bank also suggests a meltdown in global corporate bonds could be on the cards – a claim that is perhaps not so outlandish in light of the current scare in the U.S. junk bond market.