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The world’s supply chains have endured many blows this century: 9/11, the global financial crisis, the Fukushima earthquake, Brexit. But even in that context, the past year stands out.
Jim Allworth and Mark Bayko, members of the firm’s Global Portfolio Advisory Committee, discuss the emergence of new concerns such as inflation, rising bond yields, and stock valuations.
As the U.S. economy reopens, the value segment leads the equity market. We believe five factors will support value’s continued outperformance.
The Fed confirmed that no matter how robust the outlook may be, policy will depend on realized results. Let the reign of a new policy framework begin.
The outlook for the global economy improved significantly as vaccine production and distribution ramped up with real GDP expected to increase by 5½% in 2021.
As the pandemic crosses the one-year mark, its early lessons are proving to have remarkable staying power.
While it will still be a long way back, the recovery is exceeding expectations. We look at where things stand for key regions as they reset growth.
Fired by a fresh impetus to turn ambition into action, we’re seeing a turning point for this challenge, which should open up investment opportunities.
As the U.S. economic recovery continues, we look at the market forces and Fed policies shaping long-term interest rates.
Almost half a million Canadian women who lost their jobs during the pandemic hadn’t returned to work as of January.