Library

Markets & Economy » Five Things to Know About US-China Trade

April 30, 2018 | International Markets

Simmering trade tensions have captured investors’ attention in recent weeks as President Trump takes aim at what he sees as a highly problematic trade deficit between the US and China. The White House has ratcheted up pressure on the bilateral trade relationship by announcing significant …

Library » First Quarter 2018 International Perspective

April 24, 2018 | International Markets

Quarterly Market Review Following last year’s relative tranquility, global equity market volatility picked up during the first quarter of 2018. Market gyrations first materialized in early February, driven by an increase in reported wages for US workers that came in well above consensus …

Markets & Economy » Retail Fights Back

January 19, 2018 | Market Commentary

Amazon gets all the headlines and for good reason; the online retailer is a juggernaut and has so far disrupted nearly every corner of retail. Its subscription service, Amazon Prime, is growing by millions of people each year, and after its recent acquisition of Whole Foods, Amazon has …

Jeff Donlon

Managing Director, Global Strategies Group

Markets & Economy » Europe Q&A with Jeff Donlon

September 25, 2017 | Market Commentary

European markets have been under pressure in recent years. However, the tide is turning for Europe and European equities given the current economic landscape, presenting an attractive opportunity for investors. Jeff Donlon, CFA, Managing Director of Manning & Napier’s Global Strategies Group, …

Library » April 2017 Perspective

April 05, 2017 | Market Commentary

Our April 2017 Perspective offers our take on the U.S. and global economy; including updates on the recent U.S. fed funds policy interest rate hike, Brexit, scandal in South Korea, and more.

Markets & Economy » The U.S. Consumer: A Potential Bright Spot

October 12, 2016 | Market Commentary

In the years following the global financial crisis, the American consumer was faced with a particularly challenging economic environment. The unemployment rate climbed from just under 4.5% in 2007 to 10% only two years later as millions of workers suddenly found themselves out of a job. The …


Loading...