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Let’s take a look at how recent developments may have impacted long-term returns for stock market investors.
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Stocks, bonds, commodities and other asset classes each play a unique role in your portfolio.
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Earnings have so far bested an extremely low bar, but stocks may be discounting too swift a recovery; while concentration remains a risk.
With unemployment at its highest level in generations and whole sectors struggling, is the stock market really correlated to the economy?
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U.S. stocks have been fairly resilient even as coronavirus hotspots flare up around the country. How long can it last?
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As summer unfolds, investors may feel like they’re driving without a road map.
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Rate of change and inflection points in economic data drive stocks; but in these unique times, the level of said data needs to be considered, too.
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Since the recent peak in early June, stocks have been consolidating, driven by rising COVID-19 cases and less “shock and awe” from the Fed.
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Economies and markets whipsawed in the first half of 2020. Here’s what we expect for the rest of the year.
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In our 2020 Global Market Outlook, we cited many indicators pointing to heightened risk of a recession; now we highlight increasing signs of a recovery from one.

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