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After an extensive decline in the last quarter of 2018, U.S. stock markets are bouncing back and are nearing record levels.
The S&P 500 is now up over 16% in 2019 after a stellar first three months of the year – the best performing quarter since 2009 – and the index is just 30 points away from its all-time high per Bloomberg.Read More ›
The Global Investment Management team has been concerned about the relative trends of equity and bond markets since the beginning of the year, following the complete reversal of the Federal Reserve’s rhetoric in three short months.Read More ›
Financial markets faltered last week over global economic growth concerns and a corresponding move in Treasury rates that left investors feeling anxious.Read More ›
The FOMC all but gave up their dreams of normalizing short-term interest rates, deciding to hold the Fed fund target rate between 2.25% and 2.50% at today’s FOMC meeting with 11 FOMC participants expecting the Fed funds rate to end 2019 at the same levels.Read More ›