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CONTENT WITH International Investing
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As we move into the summer, the pace of economic growth remains robust.
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The shortage of supplies indicates risk of economic weakness coupled with rising prices.
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In recent months, two investment themes have been rewarding investors with outperformance: defense sector companies and those participating in share buybacks.
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The specific set of conditions that have historically characterized the start of an investment bubble appear to be forming.
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Policymakers in major economies have pointed to 2023 as the date the stimulus payback may begin.
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Not likely a bear market, but it may feel less like last year’s charging bull market. Perhaps a “bunny” market, with the stock market hopping up and down.
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Should interest rates continue to climb at a more moderate pace, EM stocks may rebound and rise alongside bond yields, as they have done historically.
Jeff Kleintop, Schwab’s chief global strategist, joins the podcast to discuss trade relations, global vaccine distribution, and other key issues with implications for U.S. investors.
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China’s growth for 2021 appears strong, but February holds key developments that could impact this outlook, including stock delistings, trade, and COVID-19.
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If you own foreign investments, you’ve probably paid foreign taxes on them. You may be able to avoid being taxed a second time on those investments if you claim a credit or deduction on your U.S. tax return. But which is the best choice?
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