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Reflections on Greece and China

Greece won’t repay its debt without substantial forgiveness. Creditors will realize that repayment of some portion of the debt is better than nothing.

Tagged with: Global Economy

What China’s stock market turmoil means for investors

The spotlight China’s stock market turmoil has cast on Chinese central authorities may inspire newfound commitment to reforms.
Powerful technical factors have created significant dispersion of gaps between underlying fundamentals and valuations across markets. For patient investors with the resources and skill to research and investigate these situations, there may be exciting stock-picking opportunities through this “sorting-out” period.

Tagged with: Economic/Markets Outlook, Global Economy, Global Investing, Investing, Markets

Geopolitical risk – The fear and reality for financial markets

Most geopolitical events do not lead to significant or persistent global market reactions. Conflicts confined to areas remote from significant world economic activity and which do not threaten oil supplies tend not to impact markets.

Tagged with: Equities, Fixed Income, Global Economy

Geopolitical risk – The fear and reality for financial markets

Most geopolitical events do not lead to significant or persistent global market reactions. Conflicts confined to areas remote from significant world economic activity and which do not threaten oil supplies tend not to impact markets.

Tagged with: Economy, Equities, Global Economy, Global Perspectives, Investing, Markets

Asia’s emerging markets — Room to run

As emerging markets investors, we like Asia because of its strong reform momentum and the depth of its stock market. Rising interest rates will be good for exports and Asia’s earnings story.

Tagged with: Equities, Global Economy, Investing, Markets

Is the yuan becoming a reserve currency?

Given the importance of China in global trading, it is reasonable for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) executive board to consider the yuan for inclusion in the basket of currencies used to value Special Drawing Rights. China is taking steps to improve the liquidity and transferability of its currency, but it is not clear to me that they currently meet the criteria for inclusion in the SDR basket.

Tagged with: Global Economy, Monetary Policy

October — It always seems to happen in October!

Markets are now asking what happens if growth slows again in the U.S. and/or weak and slowing growth in Europe, Russia and China drags down U.S. and U.K. growth?

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What if low interest rates are not a function of low economic growth?

Low interest rates have provided a significant tailwind for bonds and equities over the last 30 years. Globalization of labor markets, rather than slow growth, could be the main driver for today’s low interest rates.

Tagged with: Equities, Fixed Income, Global Economy, Global Investing, Interest Rates

Prioritizing productivity

Demographic trends in the world’s largest economies put an urgent focus on potential drivers of productivity. We believe that actively seeking investments that can positively impact economic productivity will be a pillar of successful investing.

Tagged with: Economic Policy, Economic/Markets Outlook, Global Economy, Global Investing, Markets

Emerging market equities — Still a world of opportunity

Despite a disappointing last five years, the structural growth drivers that have long made emerging markets an attractive area in which to invest are as compelling as ever. While emerging markets may be a single asset class, they are anything but homogenous.

Tagged with: Equities, Global Economy, Investing
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