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In a time of heightened risks around higher inflation and rates, can preferred shares provide portfolio income, as well as defense, for investors?
Consumer prices are the highest in years. What are the risks for the equity market?
Health care is plagued by the chronic conditions of bloated costs and gaps in access. But the intersection of health care and tech can offer a remedy.
Europe’s economy is reviving faster than expected. We explore opportunities for European equities, which tend to outperform in cyclical upswings.
Central banks will eventually phase out the accommodative policies that have supported markets during the pandemic. Should investors be concerned?
The lightest of elements may turn out to be a heavyweight in the transition to clean energy. We examine hydrogen’s opportunities for various industries.
Equity markets have responded tamely to strong corporate earnings and GDP growth estimates. But investors shouldn’t overlook the bigger trends afoot.
The UK’s economic outlook has acquired a healthier glow, but we’re eyeing some non-COVID wrinkles that could impact growth prospects and UK equities.
While higher rates will eat into corporate profits, we explain why they won’t be the make-or-break factor for U.S. equity performance.
Soaring prices and the start of the spring season attracted more sellers, according to early reports from local real estate boards.