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Developed Markets Resilient as Emerging Markets Struggle

Developed Markets Resilient as Emerging Markets Struggle

Douglas Coté, CFA, SVP & Chief Market Strategist

Developed markets have demonstrated awe-inspiring resilience in the face of emerging market struggles.

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U.S and European Stock Markets Manage to Close in the Black

U.S and European Stock Markets Manage to Close in the Black

After a tumultuous week, U.S and European stock markets managed to close in the black. Asian markets staged a significant comeback from steep losses early in the week, but still finished down on the week. Gold rose modestly for the week, whereas oil posted a significant gain.

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Asset Allocation Views - Assessing the Impact of the Yuan Devaluation PDF

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

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Fixed Income Perspectives- Rates: The Final Frontier - PDF

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 - July 2015: New Day Rising PDF

Market Review - July 2015: New Day Rising 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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