All Posts Tagged: China

U.S. Outlook: Monetary policy tighter without tightening

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing deviation of US interest rates from Germany and Japan.

The U.S. economic growth slowdown in Q1 and downside risks from Europe and China are good reasons to be cautious, but there are a few more.

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U.S. Outlook: Financial markets go haywire

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
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With recent sharp swings in oil, foreign exchange, and equity markets, what are the markets trying to tell us?

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Market insight: Have we entered a ‘corrective’ period?

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
Partial side view of stock market information display with bright, bustling city nightlife in the background.

At this point we are revisiting the pullback experienced in January, and, in our view, a period of consolidation is long overdue but difficult to time.

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U.S. Outlook: Fear replaces greed on Wall Street

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph showing upward trend in investor confidence over last several years.

The markdown of the global growth outlook for this year hit like a grenade on the stock market this week.

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