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Stocks plunged after Britain voted to leave the European Union

Stocks plunged after Britain voted to leave the European Union

Stocks plunged in Asia, Europe and the United States, posting losses for the week after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Investors drove the pound to its lowest levels in decades. Investors seeking safe havens bid up gold and U.S. government bonds. The yield on the ten-year U.S. Treasury fell as low as 1.4% but climbed back to slightly below 1.6% by end of Friday. Oil prices fell for the week.

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Asset Allocation Views - PDF - Brexit

By Paul Zemsky, CFA, CIO, Multi-Asset Strategies, Derek Sasveld, CFA, Head of Asset Allocation, Jon Kaczka, CFA, Asset Allocation Analyst

Britain's vote to leave the European Union will likely keep volatility elevated in coming months. A Fed rate hike seems unlikely before year-end. As investors seek safe havens in the near term, risk assets may fall further.

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Fixed Income Perspectives -- Summertime Blues pdf

It's hard to believe the United States will avoid a downturn this year, and we don't see any catalysts for economic growth outside the U.S. We expect U.S. yields to fall further and the yield curve to flatten.

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Market Review: May 2016 Another Brick in the Wall

Market Review: May 2016 Another Brick in the Wall

John Lauder, Senior Financial Writer

U.S. markets climbed a wall of worry in May, sustaining a spring rally despite negative corporate earnings, weak economic growth and anemic business spending. The wall may be getting higher, however; an off-trend April jobs report was followed by a deeply disappointing one for May, raising doubts about the prospect of a summer Fed rate hike.

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Market Review: 1Q 2016 -- Mistaken for Strangers  - PDF

Market Review: 1Q 2016 -- Mistaken for Strangers - PDF

Daniel P. Donnelly, Head of Investment Communications

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