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Through The Roof: Q2 Earnings Season Shattering Expectations
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we provide an update on the second-quarter earnings season, discuss China’s continuing crackdown on technology companies, and key takeaways from the Fed’s recent meeting.
3 Themes Emerging From Second-Quarter Earnings Season
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss recently released economic data and results from the second-quarter earnings season.
Inflation, Legislation And Regulation: Sweeping U.S. Budgets And EU Proposals
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we talk about inflation, the proposed $3.5 trillion U.S. budget, and the European Union plan to become carbon neutral by 2050.
Is This Time Different? Perspective On The Growth-Vs-Value Debate
Market leadership has rotated over time and having exposure to managers representing multiple styles is critical to successful investing. 
What’s Next For Municipal Bonds After A Strong First Half Of The Year?
As summer hits its stride, here are some musings about municipal bond performance.
FV What’s Behind The Decline In U.S. Bond Yields?
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss the decline in U.S. bond yields, the European Central Bank (ECB)’s new strategic policy framework, and global manufacturing numbers from June.
Is Manufacturing Growth Slowing In China?
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss the latest developments around U.S. infrastructure, the slowdown in the pace of Chinese manufacturing, and the global rise in oil prices.
2021 Global Market Outlook – Q3 Update: The Song Remains The Same
The global economic reopening remains on track as COVID-19 vaccination rates climb. While rising inflation has become a concern, the spike in prices looks transitory so far.
What Do The Latest PMI Surveys Suggest About The Global Economic Recovery?
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s recent testimony to Congress, also unpack the latest trends in the housing market, and reviewed flash PMI (purchasing managers’ index) surveys from June.
China-U.S. Tensions: Same-Same, But Different?
An escalation of tensions would lead to an increase in market volatility, given the shock to growth that it would represent.
How Soon Could The Fed Begin Tightening Monetary Policy?
In this video, we discussed key takeaways from the recent Federal Reserve’s policy meeting as well as the reports on inflation from around the world.
EC Is Today’s Bull Market Sustainable?
Economic output and corporate earnings are projected to grow above-trend over the next couple of years. Valuations, however, are a concern.
Why Are Bond Yields Declining As Inflation Surges?
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss the May U.S. inflation numbers and the puzzling reaction in bond markets, and how the Group of Seven (G-7)’s proposal to establish a global minimum corporate tax rate could impact markets.
A 2x4 Costs How Much? U.S. Inflation Comes In Hot Again In May
While May’s inflation numbers came in higher than anticipated, the bulk of the increase in costs continues to be driven by transitory issues that are likely to be resolved later this year as supply catches up to demand.
3 Key Takeaways From The May U.S. Jobs Report
On the latest edition of Market Week in Review, we discuss the May U.S. employment report, recent purchasing managers’ index (PMI) surveys from around the globe, and the outlook for equity markets through the rest of the year.
Fed’s Preferred Inflation Measure Tops 3% As U.S. Economy Strengthens
Recently released data shows that the U.S. economy continues to recover from the damage inflicted by the coronavirus, Robison said, noting that weekly initial jobless claims dropped to 406,000 for the week ending May 22.
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