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Not only has it been a rather volatile start to the year for markets, but it has been a somewhat confounding one as well. Despite fears of a more aggressive Fed in the face of persistent inflation, it could actually mean better economic outcomes...
Investors shouldn’t fall prey to a “U.S. bias” as we think international stocks have favorable characteristics arguing for their inclusion in portfolios.
Investors will have to adjust to different dynamics that are setting the tone for the coming year and beyond. We explore these and other key themes.
Why are longer-term Treasury yields remaining below both current and expected future inflation?
Many questions surround the newest COVID-19 variant, but if history is any indication, its market effect may not be one of them.
Our thoughts about portfolio positioning for 2022 by asset class and region, and our forecasts for currencies and commodities.
Tech-sector regulation is just one of the policy shifts being driven by President Xi Jinping, as China faces demographic and productivity challenges.
The synchronised, extraordinarily accommodative response of global central banks since the pandemic struck is giving way to different policy paths.
Inflation continues to rise and the U.S. equity market is mostly indifferent. We lay out factors that could make inflation a problem for the market.
The long-anticipated taper announcement came. But there are a lot of moving parts to the Fed’s outlook and we address three burning questions.
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