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2015 Midyear Update

2015 Midyear Update

Douglas Coté, CFA, SVP & Chief Market Strategist

In the first half of 2015, the long-running bull market continued to overcome a variety of potential stumbling blocks.

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Markets Rallied For the Week

Markets Rallied For the Week

Markets rallied for the week, reversing direction from last week’s drop, despite a fall-off on Friday.

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Asset Allocation Views - Shifting Our Focus from Greece

Asset Allocation Views - Shifting Our Focus from Greece

Market attention will likely turn to the timing of Fed rate hikes and the implication of the recent Chinese equity market selloff now that Greece apparently has sidestepped catastrophe.

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Fixed Income Perspectives - Greece Is the Word

Fixed Income Perspectives - Greece Is the Word

By Christine Hurtsellers, CFA, CIO Fixed Income, Matt Toms, CFA, Head of Public Fixed Income

With Greek lawmakers approving new austerity measures, the low point of the latest Grexit tantrum appears to be behind us.

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Market Review - June 2015: Love Will Tear Us Apart  PDF

Market Review - June 2015: Love Will Tear Us Apart PDF

Daniel P. Donnelly, Head of Investment Communications

As the relationship between Greece and its creditors grew ever-more frayed — missing a nearly €1.6 billion payment will test even the strongest of bonds — skepticism that this union could or even should be preserved increased. With policy makers back at the negotiating table and a number of large loan payments looming, however, it shouldn’t be too long before we find out if there remains enough of a spark between these squabbling partners to try to preserve their connection or if separation is truly the best — and only — solution to this dysfunction

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Market Insights - 2Q15: Look Now Look Again PDF

Market Insights - 2Q15: Look Now Look Again PDF

Daniel P. Donnelly, Head of Investment Communications

With Federal Reserve rhetoric continuing to suggest the central bank has every intention of introducing a rate-hike cycle liftoff before 2015 comes to a close, Fed watchers are left sifting for clues on timing and trajectory. While a dismal first quarter economic performance helped dissuade policy makers from June action and shifted focus to later in the year, global tumult threatens to make the backdrop even murkier.

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