- How will geopolitics, trade, and elections influence global financial markets?
- Where’s the value in late-cycle fixed income markets?
- Do central banks have more tools to stimulate growth?
- Is it time for international and emerging market stock exposure?
- What trends are institutional investors and strategists watching?
- When will volatility return? How will investors react when it does?
With no obvious shocks on the horizon, Chief Market Strategist David Lafferty believes 2020 market performance hinges on pace of global growth.
Why improving relations among global leaders could benefit economies and careers is explained by Global Market Strategist Esty Dwek.
Business fundamentals and market factors are aligning in a way that suggest a potentially strong year for emerging markets in 2020.
Portfolio Manager Jack Janasiewicz considers how trade tensions and recession risks might affect equities, emerging markets, and fixed income next year.
Global markets may feel overvalued, but there are pockets of opportunity, says Co-Head of Loomis, Sayles & Company’s Multisector Full Discretion Team.
Value recovery under way, Brexit discounts, and European banks’ attractive yields are covered by David Herro, CIO – International Equities, Harris Associates.
A look at non-transparent ETFs, direct indexing, and fixed income ETF strategies with Nick Elward, Head of Business Development and ETFs at Natixis.
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