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Markets & Economy » Economic Recovery from a Natural Disaster

September 12, 2017 | Market Commentary

With Hurricanes Harvey and Irma hitting the sun belt of the United States, natural disasters are taking a devastating toll on life and property. Our hearts go out to all those affected. In this post, we explore the economic effects of natural disasters. Natural disasters of this scale are …

Library » September 2017 Perspective

September 07, 2017 | Market Commentary

Amid the tumultuous political landscape, it seems unreasonable to expect the combination of political uncertainty and financial market calm to last in perpetuity. We feel it is important for investors to prepare for potentially attractive investment opportunities that may arise when volatility …

Library » August 2017 Perspective

August 08, 2017 | Market Commentary

After surging to overly optimistic levels following the U.S. presidential election, business and consumer confidence now appear to be normalizing after generating no major shift to the economic trajectory of the U.S.

Library » Semi-Annual Outlook: Active Management Amid Complacency

June 26, 2017 | Active Management

Despite all-time highs in global economic policy uncertainty, volatility across equity and fixed income markets generally persisted near historically low levels during the first half of the year. As we enter the second half of 2017, we provide our view of what to expect in global …

Markets & Economy » Monthly Outlook - June

June 06, 2017 | Market Commentary

Despite optimism, U.S. economic growth has remained slow. What needs to happen to create meaningful change? We discuss this and more in our Monthly Outlook Update for June.   Read our June Perspective for a more thorough summary of the current market environment.

Library » June 2017 Perspective

June 06, 2017 | Market Commentary

Recall that in late 2016, we shifted our U.S. and global macro overviews, stating that while growth may marginally improve, we expected it to remain bound within the post-global financial crisis range. We stand by this view.

Markets & Economy » Rising Investor Sentiment May Mean Little for the Economy

May 24, 2017 | Market Commentary

The post-election confidence boom that drove fresh market highs appears to be waning. Confidence-driven trades swing both ways, and should optimism fully revert, we could see increased short-term volatility. At these market levels, we believe it is critical that investors avoid chasing returns …


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