U.S. Treasury yields rose again on strong inflation data. The U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged as expected, but the guidance for future policy was more hawkish than anticipated.
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Yields on benchmark 10-year U.S. Treasuries last week briefly rose to 16-year highs above 4.50% as major central banks paused rate hikes but left the door open for more.
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Increasing market expectations for U.S. earnings growth over the next two years have backed large-cap equities. Chief Investment Strategist for North America Chris Shipley examines the assumptions underlying earnings estimates and why the market may be in for disappointment.
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We analyze the additions, deletions and weighting changes of S&P 500 companies in one of the largest rebalances in years
Stocks stumble as the Fed leaned toward higher rates for longer in last week’s meeting. The market impact from government shutdowns historically has been limited.
U.S. Treasury yields rose again after U.S. consumer price inflation surprised marginally to the upside. The European Central Bank (ECB) delivered a dovish hike last week, and all eyes are on the U.S. Federal Reserve this week.