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The divergence in the assessment of the outlook reflected in the stock and bond markets may be decided by the ongoing convergence in earnings growth expectations across regions.
A sharp rebound, a more dovish Fed and apparent progress on a trade deal with China—what more could investors hope for?
As investors ponder what this year may hold in store for the markets, the inter-relationships between politics, economics, fiscal policy, monetary policy, and corporate actions can seem very complex. Investors may feel overwhelmed and seek a simple answer. When people feel there is a situation that is out of their control or is too complicated to analyze, they often fall back on rules of thumb to make decisions.
After last year’s U.S. tax cuts contributed to better growth and market performance, a number of major countries are looking to reverse the declines in growth and voter satisfaction with tax cuts in 2019.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop gives his perspective on what might be in store for the global economy in 2019.
In recent months, stock market participants have been focusing on downside risks in 2019, but not all risks are to the downside.
On this episode of Stock Market Report, Jeff Kleintop speaks to the ominous signs that have investors wondering if a global recession has begun.
Global growth is likely to slow in 2019 as the economic cycle nears a peak. International stocks may continue to see heightened volatility and could enter a bear market if key indicators continue on their current path.
Global growth may slow in 2019 as the economic cycle nears a peak, with increasing drag from worsening financial conditions combining with full employment and rising prices.
Ominous signs for the world economy may be causing stocks to price in an imminent global recession. However, these appear to be isolated, short-term events that already show signs of stabilization. Growth may rebound in the near-term and offer some relief for stocks.
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