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Cash allocations remained largely unchanged from the prior week closing at 3.98% from 3.93% the prior week.
U.S. Treasury yields fell in response to continued risk-off market sentiment.
Investors continue to pressure tech downward. State and local stimulus remains a sticking point for Congress.
The 30-day correlation of the S&P 500 market cap and equal weighted indices has fallen to an all-time low as the returns of smaller and larger companies has diverged.
The Fed remains committed to extraordinarily accommodative monetary policy.
In case you missed it, check out the replay of September's Market Insight Call! Brandon Thomas, Chief Investment Officer of Envestnet, gave his update on the current state of the economy and also a preview on what investors can expect as the upcoming presidential election is just around the corner.
Last week, the equity market saw a return of volatility with Thursday's trading session experiencing the largest declines.
As the 2020 Presidential election draws near, our attention instinctively turns to Europe – the Swedish pop-metal band, not the continent – and their mid-80s chart-topper, The Final Countdown.
Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists.
Amidst a stalemate between the two parties on Capitol Hill regarding additional COVID-related legislation, President Donald Trump on August 8 issued an executive memorandum policy that said U.S. workers would not have to pay their Social Security payroll taxes from September 1, 2020 until December 31, 2020.
The broad macro backdrop has been improving, risk assets have rallied a long way, and increasing market volatility points to risks that investors will need to navigate as the U.S. presidential election draws closer.