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Nordea AM – Webinar – Recovery, diversification or both?

🕔15:00, 2.Apr 2020

Webinar – Recovery, diversification or both? Recent events have driven the Norwegian Krone to its lowest rate against the Euro since 2008. Recovery after market turmoil often brings opportunities. Join Lars Andreas Løwe Løtvedt, Norwegian Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, to

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What’s needed now: patience and perspective

What’s needed now: patience and perspective

🕔07:25, 30.Mar 2020

Russ discusses the importance of keeping perspective as we face an unprecedented crisis. “The habit of despair is worse than despair itself” Albert Camus There is no precedent, at least not in modern times, for what is happening. Beyond the

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Why we favor re-balancing portfolios

Why we favor re-balancing portfolios

🕔16:16, 23.Mar 2020

Mike explains why it may be prudent re-balancing your portfolio – outside the usual calendar – after the recent market turbulence. Fears of the coronavirus outbreak and its economic toll have triggered drastic market moves in recent weeks. As a

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Play Your Game

Play Your Game

🕔16:08, 20.Mar 2020

Insights – Global Macro Trends  Without a doubt, 2019 was a year to remember; the question, though, is for what? On the one hand, the glass half empty community may want to point to the record level of global consternation,

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Update: 5-year capital market assumptions

Update: 5-year capital market assumptions

🕔16:06, 20.Mar 2020

Capital market assumptions  Twice a year, we conduct an extensive update of our five-year return forecasts. The purpose of this exercise is two-fold. First, taking a longer-term perspective helps set strategic asset allocations and design portfolios for diverse investment goals.

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Everything in Moderation

Everything in Moderation

🕔15:58, 20.Mar 2020

2020 Outlook We think 2020 will be another year of slow growth – durable enough to avoid recession but disappointing to those looking for improvement. The combination of moderate growth and technological innovation will continue to suppress inflation, bolstering the

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Adjusting Our Strategic Cio View Forecasts

Adjusting Our Strategic Cio View Forecasts

🕔08:49, 20.Mar 2020

The rapid spread of the new coronavirus and the oil-price war have prompted us to revise the 12-month forecasts formulated in mid-February. In particular, we reduced the growth-rate forecasts for the United States and Europe and adjusted the yield and

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The Viral Demand Shock Goes Global

The Viral Demand Shock Goes Global

🕔14:30, 18.Mar 2020

The 2002-2003 SARS outbreak framework that most, including ourselves, were drawing upon to anticipate the trajectory of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak requires an adjustment following the failure of authorities to contain the contagion to the Asian continent. While an extended

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Special Market Update

Special Market Update

🕔14:53, 17.Mar 2020

March 2020 

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Why it’s not 2008 again

Why it’s not 2008 again

🕔23:03, 16.Mar 2020

A déjà vu of 2008 in markets lately? Mike explains why we think the coronavirus shock should not spark a 2008-style crisis. The coronavirus outbreak is set to deliver a sharp and deep economic shock – akin to that of

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Fixed income market update

Fixed income market update

🕔10:56, 16.Mar 2020

– For the month ended February 29, 2020, the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index returned 1.80%. Year to the date, the index has returned 3.76%. – U.S. Treasuries returned 2.65% during the month as the yield on the 10-year

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Fixed income market update

Fixed income market update

🕔08:04, 5.Mar 2020

BMO Fixed Income  For the month ended February 29, 2020, the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index returned 1.80%. Year to the date, the index has returned 3.76%. U.S. Treasuries returned 2.65% during the month as the yield on the

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The real deal with emerging markets

The real deal with emerging markets

🕔00:31, 5.Mar 2020

Emerging markets give many investors cold feet. On our latest podcast, EM equity pro Gordon Fraser discusses whether now may be time to warm up to the elusive asset class. Emerging markets (EMs) are largely unfamiliar territory for U.S. investors

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Our views on equity style factors

Our views on equity style factors

🕔13:33, 2.Mar 2020

Weekly commentary The coronavirus outbreak has altered market dynamics since late January. One example: Quality has posted more muted gains after strong outperformance in late 2019. We stand by our tactical views on factors for now, including a modest overweight

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2020 banking and capital markets M&A outlook

2020 banking and capital markets M&A outlook

🕔12:29, 2.Mar 2020

Mounting economic and political uncertainty in 2020 is likely to create a backdrop of short-term headwinds for banking and capital markets (B&CM) mergers and acquisitions (M&A). 2019 closed with record-low US unemployment, an all-time-high stock market, and considerable available capital

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The long, the short, and the not so ugly

The long, the short, and the not so ugly

🕔08:46, 2.Mar 2020

Investors’ Outlook There was a High Noon moment mid-2019 when the US Federal Reserve’s intrepid marshal Jerome Powell drew his liquidity gun. This surprised the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly all around, and had financial saloons buzzing in anticipation

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Looking into 2020 with Hermes

Looking into 2020 with Hermes

🕔17:23, 24.Feb 2020

2020 Outlook  2020 will be another uncertain year. Brexit will rumble on, bringing further volatility and polarising the UK political dialogue; China and US relations will remain tense and concern markets, despite a possible partial trade deal being secured before

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Will 2020 Be a Golden Year?

Will 2020 Be a Golden Year?

🕔17:18, 24.Feb 2020

Investment Outlook Smart investors know that market returns are often independent of the economy. Although an economy with accelerating growth is generally good for stocks, an investor can realize positive returns in other environments. 2019 is a case in point.

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Market Compass

Market Compass

🕔17:07, 24.Feb 2020

Market Outlook – January 2020 Easing global policy concerns (Brexit, US-China tensions) coincide with bottoming trade and manufacturing data, but new tension in the Middle East are likely to dampen the sentiment. Some good news are already discounted by financial

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Politics will continue to surprise

Politics will continue to surprise

🕔17:04, 24.Feb 2020

Compass 2020 Outlook Signing off 2019 and ushering in 2020 As the world economy revives unsteadily from its latest swoon, we use this edition of Compass to discuss both what happened in 2019 and some things to think about for

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Bridging troubled waters

Bridging troubled waters

🕔17:00, 24.Feb 2020

Investment outlook 2020  The past year was one the best of the decade-long bull market, after a dovish central bank policy shift prompted investors to price out recession risks, and receding trade tensions bolstered sentiment. For the coming year, we

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It’s been a tumultuous year

It’s been a tumultuous year

🕔16:59, 24.Feb 2020

Outlook 2020 After years of positive and predictable growth, the outlook for the global economy became far more challenging in 2019 (see chart). The range of potential culprits for the caution include trade wars, political and social instability in Europe,

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The age of the responsible investor

The age of the responsible investor

🕔16:57, 24.Feb 2020

Global Outlook For investors, last year was a heady mix of trade wars, Brexit upheaval, economic pessimism, historically low interest rates and positive, but volatile, markets. It’s therefore reasonable to ask – are we in for more of the same

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Casting a Vote for Fundamentals

Casting a Vote for Fundamentals

🕔16:55, 24.Feb 2020

Capital Markets: Observations and Insights Many people view the 2020 U.S. presidential election as the biggest and most important election in a century. So then it must be immensely important for the stock market’s subsequent performance, right? No, not in

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Tiptoeing into risky assets

Tiptoeing into risky assets

🕔16:52, 24.Feb 2020

Multi Asset Monthly  Economic Outlook Although the trade truce and the recent stabilization in manufacturing data have reduced recession risks, it is still too early to give an all-clear signal. Tail risks may have been reduced, but they have not

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