Investment Perspectives

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The Global Recovery Is Faltering

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The challenge for governments is to rebuild confidence and enhance productivity.

What Mattered This Week? Interest Rates And The Jobs Report

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The real takeaway from this week is that a terrible September may be behind us.

Bonds Are Still Living In Phillips Curve World. The Fed Isn't.

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The markets are still taking their cues from an economic idea that's been around since the 1950s.

The U.S. Economy Might Be Stuck In Purgatory For A While

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Higher-for-longer borrowing costs are the new pain gauge for consumers and businesses.

Three Myths About The Bond Market

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The era of declining interest rates may have come to an end, and many investors don't seem to realize it.

Bond Vigilantes Risk Breaking The Markets

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The global fixed-income rout is worsening.

The Available Alpha In Prioritizing People

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The advantage derived from analyzing human capital provides an exciting new opportunity to capture alpha.

Risks Are Growing Of A Double-Dip 'Vibecession'

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Last year, Kyla Scanlon coined the term to describe the state of the U.S. economy. The vibes are souring anew.

The Investment Implications Of A Rising Federal Deficit

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Higher real interest rates caused by the federal deficit could drag on the economy.

Private Equity Won't Diversify Your Portfolio

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Investing in such funds makes sense if you want more risk and illiquidity--and are willing to pay for it.

More Labor Strife Is Coming To The U.S. Economy

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An uncertain economic outlook makes both workers and employers reluctant to make concessions.

Inflation Or Recession? CEOs Will Decide Next Month

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Companies need to decide how they will deal with increasing pressure on profit margins.

Will The Fed Start Believing In A Soft Landing?

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Five things to watch in the Summary of Economic Projections.

Protectionism Started The Geopolitical Fire

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By undermining the belief in international cooperation, protectionism helped create today's tensions.

Buy Japan, Hold U.S., Sell Europe

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The investment outlook for Europe does not look as attractive as it did earlier in the year.

Structured Products Vs. Direct Investing

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Structured/buffered products give clients peace of mind, but it comes at the cost of substantially lower net returns.

What Shifting Stock-Bond Correlations Mean For Your Money

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A recent paper suggests the relationship of the past quarter century is shifting in an uncertain inflationary environment.

Worried About The American Consumer? Don't Be

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Households are still reaping the benefits of a surge in home equity and aren't in the mood to save.

Fed's 'Last Mile' Of Inflation Fight Will Be No Cakewalk

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A myriad of economic variables add layers of complexity to the central bank's efforts to vanquish accelerating prices.

Breaking Down The Breakout In Oil

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Oil has entered a new uptrend after finally breaking out from nearly a year-long bottom formation.

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