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2015 Forecast: Sustainable Global Expansion Driven by Tectonic Shifts

2015 Forecast: Sustainable Global Expansion Driven by Tectonic Shifts

Douglas Coté, CFA, Chief Market Strategist

As we enter the new year, the global economy is on a sustainable growth trajectory that will provide a catalyst to financial markets and a source of strength for corporate profits.

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Weekly Commentary and Statistics

Global Perspectives: Weekly Commentary and Statistics

U.S. stocks took their first weekly loss in two months as plummeting oil prices stoked fears of deflation in the global economy. The DJIA and S&P 500 recorded their worst weekly losses in more than two-and-a-half years; the Nasdaq also posted a loss. European and Asian bourses sustained losses similar to or worse than U.S. markets.

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Asset Allocation Views: Bank of Japan Takes the Baton

Asset Allocation Views: Bank of Japan Takes the Baton

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

As the Federal Reserve continues to back away from extraordinary accommodation, other central banks — the Bank of Japan and People’s Bank of China, most notably— are ramping up their efforts, to the delight of risk markets.

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Fixed Income Perspectives - November 2014

Fixed Income Perspectives - November 2014

Christine Hurtsellers, CFA CIO Fixed Income; Matt Toms, CFA Head of U.S. Public Fixed Income

Fixed income markets have rallied in recent weeks thanks to solid U.S. data and an unexpected liquidity boost from the Bank of Japan. And though the Fed is likely to be cautious in eventually raising interest rates, the renewed market volatility may persist.

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Market Review -- November 2014: Perfect From Now On

Market Review -- November 2014: Perfect From Now On

Daniel P. Donnelly, Head of Investment Communications

Markets in November continued to shake off their early-autumn discontent, and all-time highs again became the norm for certain equity indexes. And while it was hoped that the sharp decline in oil prices would help fuel the next leg of the rally, recent market activity suggests the sailing may not be as smooth as perhaps anticipated.

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Market Review: First Quarter 2014: Beneath the Waves, an Ocean

Market Review: First Quarter 2014: Beneath the Waves, an Ocean

By Daniel P. Donnelly, Head of Investment Communications

First Quarter 2014: Beneath the Waves, an Ocean Markets turned choppy in the first quarter, buffeted by everything from weather-related economic softness to the leadership transition at the Fed to an emboldened Russia flexing its muscles in the Black Sea. Despite the tumult, a number of domestic equity markets surged to new record highs during the period, suggesting a steady supply of support below the potentially destabilizing swells.

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