Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and portfolio manager, discusses the importance of equities as an asset class when investors believe in both global growth and inflation.
Given our base case of modest global growth aided by a fiscal boost in the U.S., we believe positive returns can still be earned via targeted risk-taking.
Comparing P/E ratios across asset classes shows the perceived certainty of U.S. Treasuries coming at an expensive price.
We are beginning to redeploy capital to emerging markets where we can find good value.
While market conditions feel distinctly different from a few months ago, many of the key themes we articulated in our February Asset Allocation Outlook remain relevant today.
Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and portfolio manager for asset allocation strategies, discusses the outlook for global currencies in 2016 and what this means for portfolios.
Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and portfolio manager for asset allocation strategies, discusses the challenges confronting global equities markets in 2016, and the sectors and regions better positioned to withstand those headwinds.
Geraldine Sundstrom, managing director and portfolio manager for asset allocation strategies, discusses investment opportunities in global credit markets in 2016.
The FX factor – that is, the economic impact of foreign currency exchange rates – is increasingly relevant not only to nominal GDP outcomes in The New Neutral global macro environment, but also to the microeconomic side. For many corporations, FX volatility is shaking up their business landscape.
In The New Neutral, foreign currency exposure (FX) considerations will weigh disproportionally on the investment climate and opportunities.