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We look at how the election could impact U.S. equities and key industries, and point out the market has its own rhythm when it comes to the midterms.
Amidst market turmoil and leadership changes, the UK faces a range of economic challenges. We survey the factors that could impact investment.
While there could be some positive surprises, a wide range of potential economic outcomes warrants a modestly defensive stance in portfolio positioning.
As China faces challenges to growth and development, we reflect on the outcome of the twice-a-decade gathering and what it means for investors.
Many global central banks have taken the first steps in signaling a more cautious approach to rate hikes—except the Fed. The Fed now stands alone.
The U.S. is the world’s largest debtor, and the combination of rising interest rates and trillions in U.S. government debt has left some investors a bit nervous.
Rising interest rates and trillions in U.S. government debt have left some investors nervous. We look at the implications of U.S. rates and debt.
As market uncertainty zeros in on the U.S. corporate profit outlook, we look at the 2023 earnings picture and implications for U.S. equity exposure.
The Fed will keep at it until it has inflation undeniably under control. But we think Fed messaging is evolving, and we look at what to make of this.
The receding tide of monetary liquidity is exposing long glossed over financial vulnerabilities and systemic risks. In this environment, we expect financial markets’ volatility to continue.
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