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While we are optimistic about the progress that we will make in 2021, it's clear that there will be no going back. Globally 'normal' is being re-imagined and the focus is on pivoting, building new and building better.
As parents think about the legacy they want to leave, educating the next generation around sustainability can help leave a lasting impact on generations to come.
In a year of grief and gratitude, of thinking global while supporting local, of showing care by staying away, we take a moment to share a few of the simplest things that brought us the most joy in 2020.
As the Fed settles in for the long haul, we look at what’s behind the Fed’s thinking, the fiscal stimulus taking shape, and the impact for investors.
As we come to the end of a year unlike any other in memory, 2021 should bring a change in the narrative. Challenges certainly remain, but with the start of a new economic and investment era before us, we look at what investors can expect in 2021.
Governments are awash in debt, with no signs borrowing will let up anytime soon. Is this sustainable? What are the risks for economies and taxpayers?
What worked in the past may not work in the future. So it’s sensible to split the roles of safety and income generation in fixed income portfolios.
With the U.S. economy still reopening, where is inflation going from here and what can investors watch to gauge how price pressures may be building?
As economies regain pre-pandemic peaks and corporate earnings recover further, we look at why stocks could provide attractive all-in returns in 2021.
As the economic fallout from COVID-19 is absorbed, ultralow rates should make equities the asset class of choice and fixed income more challenging.
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