June 15, 2017 — Populism and Washington dysfunction are two key risks for markets in 2017, and last week was an important one for both.
June 14, 2017 — This week, the Federal Reserve voted to increase interest rates by another 25 basis points, marking the second of three forecasted rate hikes in 2017.
May 25, 2017 — On May 17, the market unexpectedly dropped 1.8%. Despite its swift recovery, could this signal the beginning of a “Trump slump?”
May 2, 2017 — The United States’ economy passed a significant milestone in March, but some people are beginning to wonder how much longer it can continue at its current pace.
Given 2016’s sharp turns in both the ﬁnancial markets and the political cycle, we believe the world is on the cusp of some important transitions.
After years of being a player in capital markets, the Federal Reserve may be resuming its role as referee.
The previous year was rife with global political surprises, as politics are now increasingly a place for the “have nots” to wage war on the “haves.”
From Brexit to the election of Donald Trump, 2016 was a year of unexpected outcomes.
After what occurred in 2016, many forecasters are probably considering a new profession.
Many Americans will head to the polls next Tuesday feeling caught between a rock and a hard place, forced to choose between two of the most unpopular candidates to vie for the Oval Office in recent history.