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Several factors are constraining corporate profits this reporting season, but modest earnings growth should keep markets advancing.
Posturing ahead of U.S.-China trade talks frayed investors’ nerves, while another trade bout could break out as the U.S.-EU tensions heat up.
Investors need to focus on the things that matter most to equity markets and not let the political storm in Washington rain on investment strategies.
As central banks go deeper down the rabbit hole of negative rates, here’s how investors can navigate the upside down world of negative-yielding debt.
Imminent threats seem to have faded somewhat but certainly have not gone into the ether. Vigilance remains the watchword for investors.
An escalation of military tensions in the Middle East would likely grab the market’s attention. We assess how geopolitical risks could impact portfolios
Credit markets continue to signal that there are few recession risks on the horizon, but that may be because central banks are back with a vengeance.
It’s not the political sideshows that ultimately drive markets, but rather economic and earnings prospects. We see some caution signs on both fronts.
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.
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