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Stocks have been buoyed by rate cut expectations, but are investors putting too much stock in monetary policy and setting themselves up for potential disappointments?
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Valuations suggest international stocks may produce above average, double-digit annualized total returns over the next 10 years, in contrast to below average, mid-single digit returns for U.S. stocks.
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International bonds have a role to play in a diversified portfolio.
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Recession risk is rising, but markets expect central banks to keep it at bay by cutting short-term interest rates. Will it be enough to keep the stock market rally going?
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We highlight the risks that threaten a vulnerable global economy and the investment opportunities that may surprise unprepared investors.
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U.S. imports from China have plunged this year, offset by import gains for other emerging markets not subject to U.S. tariffs.
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History suggests that the stock market rally since the last Fed rate hike on December 19, 2018 may be on borrowed time.
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Recent developments have caused markets to focus on geopolitical risk, with more to come in the month of May.
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Opportunities in emerging markets continue to grow, consider these market strategies and insights for potential investment types and investment risks.
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Stock markets around the world have posted steady double-digit gains this year on a rebound of valuations. However, volatility may return without support from earnings growth.
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