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A wide range of outcomes from -10% to +40% may lie ahead of emerging market stocks depending on the timing and details of a trade deal.
Analyzing Democratic candidates’ tax policy proposals and the impact they could have on the markets.
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Last week’s key releases of job growth and ISM manufacturing data highlight the ongoing bifurcation in the economy; with the consumer bucking manufacturing’s malaise.
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For longer-term investors, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities look attractive compared to traditional Treasuries. But yields are low, so total return expectations should be tempered accordingly.
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Natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, wildfires and drought have a major financial impact on the areas in which they occur.
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As the 2021 LIBOR phase-out deadline approaches, officials are warning investors to prepare for a world without the key benchmark rate.
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The London Interbank Offered Rate, a key benchmark for many types of loans and investments, is expected to disappear in 2021. Here’s how the phase-out could affect investors.
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The last global economic cycle ended with a housing bust; will the bust in auto sales end this cycle?
New retirement legislation is pending in Washington. Here’s what investors need to know.
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With Treasury bond yields near all-time lows, many are reluctant to invest in longer-term bonds—but sitting in very short-term investments could mean lower income if short-term rates decline. What’s an investor to do?
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