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U.S. stocks fell Friday amid rising fears about a new COVID-19 variant.
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Persistent high-tide growth is likely to help float the global economy safely over the rocks of risks in 2022, despite waves of worries: COVID, inflation, shortages & rate hikes.
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Inflation continues to be a wild card for markets.
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After a year of supply shortages, the global economy may be closer to the end of the supply chain problems than the beginning.
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Services make up more of the economy, jobs, and the stock market. The time has come to focus on services data to get a sense of the overall economic picture.
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Persistently going from one transitory source of inflation to the next may keep inflation elevated for longer than markets currently anticipate.
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Japanese stocks have rebounded to 30-year highs and became the world’s best performers in September and the third quarter.
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A gradual slowing of stimulus heralds a potential drop for the world’s stock markets, but the evidence suggests a possibility for a positive outcome.
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We believe it can, at least in the short term.
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Supply chain issues are worsening, increasing the risk to sales, production, and inflation. European stocks may offer an opportunity to avoid these risks.
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