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The trade war is the undercard to a much broader geopolitical faceoff that investors will have to get used to dealing with.
Recent yield curve inversions have sparked recession fears. Now the fear is that fear itself will spark a recession.
Equities are stuck in the spin cycle. We’re cautiously constructive on the U.S. market, but our appetite outside of North America is diminishing.
The long and difficult road to Brexit continues. We look at the political upheaval and what it means for the UK’s outlook and investment strategy.
We expect lackluster corporate results in the second half of 2019, but believe the market can work through earnings doldrums.
Central banks appear willing to cut rates to sustain growth, and we look at the potential impact on equities and fixed income investments.
Investors have felt the rush of a sugar high in 2019 with positive returns in stocks and bonds. But they should position for when the sugar rush ends.
As investors temper their optimism with caution, we look at monetary policy and what central banks could do to prolong the economic expansion.
The Fed delivered the rate cut that was long awaited, but it may not have been enough and raises risks the Fed could fall behind the economic curve.
The escalation in trade tensions shattered financial markets’ summer of calm. We suggest investors buckle up and focus on the fundamentals.
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