All Posts Tagged: monetary policy

U.S. Outlook: Market fears of near-term recession overblown

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Busy work environment with stock traders concentrating on their computers.

As recently as September when U.S. stocks were hitting new record highs, economic optimism was rampant and, in retrospect, probably overdone.

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Instant Analysis: August FOMC meeting minutes

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Facade of the Federal Reserve building in Washington DC on a sunny day.

A September rate hike is a near certainty at the next FOMC meeting. 

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Investment Insights: What’s got bond markets in a huff?

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
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Corporate earnings continue to be supportive and a bright spot for financial markets.

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Investment Insights: Two little words

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
Arms of two male finance professionals visible as one types on the keyboard and the other points to finance charts on the computer monitor.

A crucial support for the buoyancy of the U.S. stock market has been corporate earnings.

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