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Central Banks Are Not Out of Ammunition Yet

Central Banks Are Not Out of Ammunition Yet

🕔07:36, 4.Dec 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights from our Global Fixed Income Team How the prospect of further monetary easing could impact bond markets. Central banks are not done yet. With economic recoveries under threat, several developed market central banks, including the European

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Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

🕔12:42, 30.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on the U.S. Election Democrat Joe Biden’s policy proposals as the next U.S. president (pending the outcome of potential legal challenges) could have mixed implications for investors if implemented, according to T. Rowe Price investment professionals. On

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Finding Opportunities After the Rebound

Finding Opportunities After the Rebound

🕔15:15, 27.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Global Markets Our portfolio managers see selective potential in a range of asset classes. Even for those of us who saw reasons for hope this past spring, the market’s resilience in the face of the

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Five Reasons Why Investors Should Now Consider Small‑Caps

Five Reasons Why Investors Should Now Consider Small‑Caps

🕔14:56, 27.Nov 2020

"Investing in small‑caps today may give investors with a long-term investment horizon the opportunity to join the journey of some of tomorrow’s most successful businesses at an early stage." — Yoram Lustig Head of EMEA Multi‑Asset Solutions

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There’s No Place Like Housing

There’s No Place Like Housing

🕔09:41, 27.Nov 2020

Global Asset Allocation: The View from EMEA Blue Ripple? A Biden presidency, with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate, is a possible outcome of the US elections. Most polls heading into the election were predicting the possibility of a ‘Blue

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Divided government likely would produce moderate policies.

Divided government likely would produce moderate policies.

🕔07:32, 26.Nov 2020

“While capital markets appeared to have reacted positively to these results, the postelection transition creates a potential for market volatility.”

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COVID-19 Has Transformed the U.S. High Yield Opportunity Set

COVID-19 Has Transformed the U.S. High Yield Opportunity Set

🕔14:57, 20.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Fixed Income Downgrades and defaults have had a major impact on the asset class Record volumes of credit downgrades and a sharp spike in defaults have reconfigured the U.S. high yield bond market in the

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Finding Alpha in an Increasingly Concentrated  U.S. Market

Finding Alpha in an Increasingly Concentrated U.S. Market

🕔08:12, 18.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on U.S. Equities How the rules of investing in the large‑cap growth space have changed Amid the wider performance of the U.S. equity market, one particularly astonishing statistic is that the top 10 stocks in the

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More fallen angels ahead in Europe?

More fallen angels ahead in Europe?

🕔15:00, 16.Nov 2020

“Global default rates are rising and likely to continue into 2021. But we think the full impact may be muted by the significant fiscal and monetary intervention seen from governments and central banks.”

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Global Multi-Sector Bond Fund

Global Multi-Sector Bond Fund

🕔11:17, 16.Nov 2020

The fund seeks to provide high income and some capital appreciation. Uses an asset allocation strategy to build a broadly diversified portfolio of domestic and foreign debt instruments, including government and corporate bonds; mortgage-backed, commercial mortgage-backed, and asset-backed securities; and

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Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

Biden Win Might Bring Mixed Outlook for Investors

🕔08:00, 11.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights On the US Election Democrat Joe Biden’s policy proposals as the next U.S. president (pending the outcome of potential legal challenges) could have mixed implications for investors if implemented, according to T. Rowe Price investment professionals. On the

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Bouts of Volatility Possible as Ballot Tally Continues

Bouts of Volatility Possible as Ballot Tally Continues

🕔09:21, 9.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights On US Elections Amid uncertainty, we are identifying opportunities for clients. Several factors have contributed to slower vote counting in the 2020 general election. In particular, the coronavirus pandemic is expected to have elevated the proportion

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Flexibility Is Invaluable During Difficult Periods

Flexibility Is Invaluable During Difficult Periods

🕔11:22, 6.Nov 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Global Fixed Income Riskier, less liquid securities can bring substantial benefits. When seeking to generate steady bond income during turbulent times, a little flexibility can go a long way. The freedom to invest in a wide

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Federal Spending Could Be a Catalyst for Industrials

Federal Spending Could Be a Catalyst for Industrials

🕔14:43, 28.Oct 2020

“The ultimate shape of either candidate’s infrastructure plan would depend heavily on the balance of power in the Senate.”

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A November to Remember?

A November to Remember?

🕔09:47, 26.Oct 2020

Global Asset Allocation: The view from EMEA With a quickly approaching U.S. presidential election that is too close to call, mounting  controversy surrounding mail-in ballots, the potential for a protracted legal battle, and the president’s recent coronavirus diagnosis, markets …

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Why ESG Is Integral to Analysis of Mining Companies

Why ESG Is Integral to Analysis of Mining Companies

🕔07:50, 22.Oct 2020

Integrating ESG factors helps better understand long‑term sustainability. KEY INSIGHTS ESG factors serve as an important input in the research process for mining companies in emerging markets. It is imperative to assess a company’s safety records and integrate this into our

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Weekly Market Recap – 19 October 2020

Weekly Market Recap – 19 October 2020

🕔09:41, 20.Oct 2020

Summary for the week ending on Friday, 16 October  Following the lack of progress in stimulus negotiations over the previous weekend, the prospects of passing a relief package before the election seemed to dim further last week. On Tuesday, Republican

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COVID-19 has transformed the US high yield opportunity set

COVID-19 has transformed the US high yield opportunity set

🕔07:46, 20.Oct 2020

Credit Outlook  Downgrades and defaults have had a major impact on the asset class Record volumes of credit downgrades and a sharp spike in defaults have reconfigured the US high yield bond market in the wake of the coronavirus. This

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Weekly Market Recap – 12 october 2020

Weekly Market Recap – 12 october 2020

🕔09:50, 13.Oct 2020

Wall Street kept a close eye on on-again, off-again negotiations over a new coronavirus relief package. Shares rose Monday after reports that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had spoken by phone and were prepared to exchange

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Sustainability Drives Success in a Post-Coronavirus World

Sustainability Drives Success in a Post-Coronavirus World

🕔11:03, 7.Oct 2020

ESG matters more than ever in choosing good companies KEY INSIGHTS The coronavirus pandemic has pulled forward environmental, social, and governance (ESG) trends by years in a matter of months. Societal pressures are driving unprecedented change and the need for

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Weekly Market Recap – 5 October 2020

Weekly Market Recap – 5 October 2020

🕔09:13, 6.Oct 2020

Multi-Asset Solutions EMEA Summary for the week ending on Friday, 2 October  The political environment seemed to play a large role in driving sentiment last week. Investors kept a close eye on conflicting signals on stimulus negotiations between Treasury Secretary

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:24, 29.Sep 2020

Multi-Asset Solutions EMEA Summary for the week ending on Friday, 25 September  Last week began on a down note, with the renewed rise in coronavirus cases in Europe and several other concerns weighing on sentiment. Prospects for Democrats and Republicans

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Global Asset Allocation: The View from EMEA Market Inisghts

Global Asset Allocation: The View from EMEA Market Inisghts

🕔13:13, 25.Sep 2020

After more than a decade of below‑target inflation in the U.S., some investors are speculating that inflation may finally rise due to the magnitude of monetary stimulus coinciding with fiscal stimulus supporting the economic recovery from the coronavirus‑induced …

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Volatility in Technology Highlights Importance of Selectivity

Volatility in Technology Highlights Importance of Selectivity

🕔11:20, 25.Sep 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on Global Technology We believe the sector’s long-term growth stories remain strong. The recent pullback in technology stocks strikes us as a normal bout of profit taking after the sector’s strong run. Although the broad-based sell-off can

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Federal Help Wanted: Municipalities Face Fiscal Uncertainties

Federal Help Wanted: Municipalities Face Fiscal Uncertainties

🕔14:54, 24.Sep 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on the U.S. Election U.S. election could impact ailing municipal budgets.  Municipal bond markets have largely recovered from the sharp, liquidity‑driven sell‑off that occurred at the height of the market’s response to …

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Making Hard Choices in Extraordinary Times

Making Hard Choices in Extraordinary Times

🕔13:00, 23.Sep 2020

Renewed equity market volatility highlights the need for portfolio breadth. U.S. markets have sold off sharply after reaching record highs, driven by a correction in large‑cap technology stocks. With equity markets showing resilience throughout the summer, investors have raised concerns about market

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔13:05, 22.Sep 2020

Last week started off on a strong note, helped by news on Monday of Gilead Sciences’ USD 21 billion acquisition of Immunomedics and chipmaker Nvidia’s USD 40 billion purchase of ARM Holdings. Software giant Oracle reported on …

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:09, 15.Sep 2020

The continuing lack of progress in Congress on a new stimulus package seemed to be weighing on sentiment, with investors particularly worried about the building financial pressures on states and municipalities. On Thursday, Republicans brought …

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Economic and Political Backdrop

Economic and Political Backdrop

🕔07:41, 8.Sep 2020

The US A light week for economic data was highlighted by the Labour Department’s monthly non-farm payroll report, showing that employers added 1.4 million jobs in August, a number in line with consensus estimates. Temporary workers who were hired to

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Five-Year Perspective 2020

Five-Year Perspective 2020

🕔16:21, 4.Sep 2020

Capital Market Assumptions US: Consumers continue to drive growth supported by negative real rates. However, overall economic growth remains modest, given the aging workforce and headwinds from a corporate debt overhang. This dynamic keeps earnings …

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The EU Recovery Fund: An Unprecedented Step, But No Panacea

The EU Recovery Fund: An Unprecedented Step, But No Panacea

🕔14:52, 3.Sep 2020

The European Union’s EUR 750 billion recovery fund is a historic move that could pave the way for fiscal integration for the bloc. The macroeconomic reforms linked to the fund will not, however, be enough to generate long‑term growth or

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔15:13, 2.Sep 2020

The US On Thursday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell delivered (virtually) a longanticipated speech at the Kansas City Fed’s Economic Policy Symposium, which is typically held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Powell announced the results of the central bank’s review of

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Potential Winners and Losers From Biden’s Climate Plan

Potential Winners and Losers From Biden’s Climate Plan

🕔15:15, 31.Aug 2020

T. Rowe Price Insights on the U.S. Election Regulations would affect the energy sector and automotive industry Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has an ambitious climate agenda, headlined by pledges to eliminate …  

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:41, 18.Aug 2020

Last week’s trading was typical of late summer, with catalysts for the market's moves remaining harder to identify than usual. The downward trend in new coronavirus cases seemed to support sentiment early in the week, although the number of daily

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The View from EMEA

The View from EMEA

🕔07:54, 18.Aug 2020

Global Asset Allocation Year-to-date growth stocks have outperformed value by over 30%, not only in the downturn given their defensive characteristics, but also during the recovery. While growth stocks have …

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Economic and political backdrop

Economic and political backdrop

🕔11:19, 12.Aug 2020

The US Stocks drifted higher through much of last week, although the catalysts for the move were perhaps harder to identify than usual, and trading was subdued relative to recent months. The week’s busy economic calendar appeared to play some

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔09:41, 12.Aug 2020

Stocks drifted higher through much of last week, although the catalysts for the move were perhaps harder to identify than usual, and trading was subdued relative to recent months. The week’s busy economic calendar appeared to play some part in

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔12:59, 5.Aug 2020

Summary for the week ending on Friday, 30 July  Last week’s corporate earnings reports demonstrated that some major companies are benefiting from the pandemic’s impact on consumer patterns. This was on clear display Thursday evening, when Facebook, Amazon.com, Apple and

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:24, 4.Aug 2020

Summary for the week ending on Friday, 30 July  Last week’s corporate earnings reports demonstrated that some major companies are benefiting from the pandemic’s impact on consumer patterns. This was on clear display Thursday evening, when Facebook, Amazon.com, Apple and

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“Deferred Growth” Companies Pose Intriguing Opportunities

“Deferred Growth” Companies Pose Intriguing Opportunities

🕔07:49, 30.Jul 2020

Some strong firms may benefit from a delayed surge in demand. We believe investors should cast a wide net in the search for secular growth opportunities. Health care firms involved in diagnostics and bioprocessing have stayed largely out of the

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Getting the Most Out of Your U.S. Equity Allocation

Getting the Most Out of Your U.S. Equity Allocation

🕔09:35, 28.Jul 2020

A dynamic, diversified exposure could be the answer  The size of the U.S. equity market means that it typically represents a significant allocation in global equity portfolios. A key challenge for investors in U.S. equities is how to dynamically allocate

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Global Asset Allocation: The View From Emea

Global Asset Allocation: The View From Emea

🕔11:40, 23.Jul 2020

Double Dip? Fueling the Rally With the coronavirus largely contained across Europe and Asia and some parts of the U.S., there is a sense that the worst of the pandemic may be behind us. As the global economy continues to

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:22, 22.Jul 2020

Wall Street began last week on a negative note, with worries about the resurgence of the coronavirus across much of the US seemingly weighing on sentiment. Renewed shutdowns in California appeared to be a particular focus of worry, with indoor

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔11:09, 14.Jul 2020

US stocks jumped at the start of trading last Monday, with many attributing the strength to a front-page editorial in the China Securities Journal, stating that “fostering a healthy bull market after the pandemic is now more important to …

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Rising Tension Between U.S. and China Elevates Trading Issues

Rising Tension Between U.S. and China Elevates Trading Issues

🕔11:30, 10.Jul 2020

U.S. measures could increase oversight of Chinese companies “Tough on China” policies could limit trading of Chinese securities on U.S. exchanges. Pressure mounts to subject Chinese companies to the same accounting scrutiny faced by other public companies traded in the U.S.

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Global Policy Rates Stuck in Lockdown

Global Policy Rates Stuck in Lockdown

🕔14:50, 7.Jul 2020

How interest rates could remain at emergency levels for a sustained period. KEY INSIGHTS Central banks are likely to remain cautious for some time, keeping the short end of developed government bond curves anchored. Longer-dated government bonds could face greater volatility

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Stocks began last week on a strong note

Stocks began last week on a strong note

🕔12:53, 7.Jul 2020

Weekly Market Recap Stocks began last week on a strong note, although there was no clear catalyst behind the gains. Worries remained about the continuing resurgence of the coronavirus across the South and Southwest, and governors in several states …

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Weekly Market Recap

Weekly Market Recap

🕔07:53, 24.Jun 2020

Stocks had a poor start to last week, as concerns over the worsening of the pandemic in several states as well as a new outbreak in Beijing seemed to continue weighing on sentiment. The market then rebounded late Monday following

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Melt Up

Melt Up

🕔11:15, 23.Jun 2020

Uneasy Truce? Relations between the U.S. and China have quickly turned fragile again amid controversy surrounding the coronavirus and China’s political influence on Hong Kong. Recent turmoil has reignited tensions that markets had hoped were resolved following last year’s Phase

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How Will Your Assets Perform in the Next Phase?

How Will Your Assets Perform in the Next Phase?

🕔13:28, 19.Jun 2020

We analyzed the performance of various asset classes across five economic phases: recovery, expansion, slowdown, downturn (not recessionary), and downturn (recessionary). Our analysis shows that stocks outperformed high yield bonds across all economic phases and that risk products generally performed

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