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No matter what you want your money to help you accomplish in life, planning for health care expenses in retirement is essential. Download Taking Control of Health Care in Retirement to learn more about the steps we can take together to help you prepare for a long, happy—and healthy—retirement.
Fresh off a market bounce that was partly sparked by better-than-feared Q2 earnings reports, investors should consider where U.S. corporate profits could be headed next year. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of the Global Insight Monthly.
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We look at the UK leadership contest, EU energy woes, and Italian government turmoil, with an eye to implications for equity investors.
While we think the bulk of market risks are in the rearview mirror, we consider whether earnings vulnerabilities are fully baked into stock prices.