It was another wild week for assets, with major stock indices — and many other asset prices — down.
I’m so old that I can remember “pre-QE” fixed income markets — the time before quantitative easing when yields were more normal.
The Federal Reserve signaled its focus is on taming inflation without flagging the big economic costs this will entail.
With interest in alternatives surging, we highlight Envestnet and BlackRock’s shared perspectives on how you can best navigate the challenges presented by a low-yield environment and lower expected investment returns moving forward.
Equities have fallen hard this year on the prospect of rapid rate increases to rein in inflation, the tragic Ukraine war and a slowdown in China.
We nudge down risk on a worsening macro outlook: the commodities price shock and a growth slowdown in China.
Well, there’s no other way to describe April than that it truly was a mensis horribilis.
Last week was another busy, momentous one. Below, we discuss three key topics: global growth, the French election, and the Federal Reserve’s hawkish comments.
Inflation and hawkish central bank talk have spooked investors and led to bond losses not seen since the 1980s in developed markets (DMs).