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China’s 20th Party Congress charts a course through turbulence and transformation

November 07, 2022 |Jasmine Duan – Investment Strategist, RBC Investment Services (Asia) Limited

As China faces challenges to growth and development, we reflect on the outcome of the twice-a-decade gathering and what it means for investors.

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How high must the Fed hike rates to fight inflation?

November 03, 2022 |Thomas Garretson, CFA

Many global central banks have taken the first steps in signaling a more cautious approach to rate hikes—except the Fed. The Fed now stands alone.

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U.S. debt not so concerning

October 27, 2022 |Atul Bhatia, CFA – Minneapolis

Rising interest rates and trillions in U.S. government debt have left some investors nervous. We look at the implications of U.S. rates and debt.

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Are earnings the next shoe to drop for the stock market?

October 20, 2022 |Kelly Bogdanova

As market uncertainty zeros in on the U.S. corporate profit outlook, we look at the 2023 earnings picture and implications for U.S. equity exposure.

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Audio commentary: Market volatility and the path forward

October 17, 2022 |Mark Bayko & Jim Allworth

Mark and Jim discuss recent volatility in equity and bond markets and why investors should remain mindful of longer-term drivers of investment returns.

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The Fed’s inflation fight pushes back on a policy pivot

October 13, 2022 |Atul Bhatia, CFA

The Fed will keep at it until it has inflation undeniably under control. But we think Fed messaging is evolving, and we look at what to make of this.

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Audio commentary: The election effect

October 07, 2022 |Kelly Bogdanova & Tylar Lunke

Kelly Bogdanova and Tylar Lunke discuss whether the U.S. midterm elections will be a pivot point for equities.

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Receding liquidity exposes risks

October 06, 2022 |Frédérique Carrier

The receding tide of monetary liquidity is exposing long glossed over financial vulnerabilities and systemic risks. In this environment, we expect financial markets’ volatility to continue.

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How solar can brighten investment portfolios

October 04, 2022 |Frédérique Carrier

A cheap and emissions-free technology, we shine a light on solar’s potential and how investors can look to tap into this growth opportunity.

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Audio commentary: The Fed has spoken ... now what?

September 29, 2022 |Janet Engels & Tylar Lunke

Janet Engels and Tylar Lunke discuss how the Fed’s recent actions surprised markets and set off more volatility, before talking about what they think is in store for investors and the sort of action investors should take.

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