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Does the U.S. dollar’s relative weakness signal a buying opportunity for international bonds?
What Does GDP Mean For The Stock Market?
Stock indexes have been able to move higher as the balancing act between economic growth and investor concerns continues—but how long will it last?
While the global economic cycle is aging, we don’t foresee a global recession taking place in 2018—although that risk may rise in 2019.
Jeff Kleintop takes a look at some of the world’s major economies and explains how to gauge their vulnerabilities to trade conflict.
Many of our top risks for 2018 have come to pass. Our updated top five global risks for investors in 2018 are: geopolitics, chasing returns, return of inflation, dollar strength, and fading momentum.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Mike Townsend breaks down the U.S. trade dispute with China.
Trade-war anxieties have been reflected in markets and surveys of both consumers and businesses, but thus far have not appeared in actual “hard” economic data.
On this week’s Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop discusses some recent trends in the stock market and whether investors should be making any changes to their holdings.
Economic and earnings growth looks good, but we’re late in the economic cycle, the Fed is still tightening and trade tensions are unresolved. Volatility may return.
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