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Despite the coming shift by central banks towards trimming/tapering their balance sheets, we don’t believe the bull market is at risk.
The dual hurricanes of Harvey and Irma will continue to exact their toll on households, businesses and the economy; but less on the stock market.
Over the past 15 years, earnings per share for both international and U.S. companies went from $33 to $108, but they took very different paths, illustrating the diversification benefits of global investing.
The summer “lull” is coming to an end—what should investors look forward to?
Randy Frederick and Jeffrey Kleintop discuss why a positive outlook for global equities may actually be warranted and examine global investing trends and risks associated with the markets.
Kathy Jones and Nathan Peterson discuss the state of the bond market and give a preview of the Fed and ECB meeting in Jackson Hole later this week.
For the world’s stock market to continue to rise, it is our view that after trying and failing three times over the past 10 years earnings per share must push through the ceiling of $30.
What constitutes an emerging market—and why you should care.
Tension between the United States and North Korea was a catalyst for a brief reversal in stocks in early August. Should investors worry about a replay?
What are fund flows telling us about trends and risks in the global stock market?
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