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Bonds
Jamil BazJosh Davis

Fixed Income: Low Yields Don’t Tell the Whole Story

It’s tempting these days for some investors to question the role of fixed income in portfolios. After all, real yields have plunged, potentially leading to less income today and smaller capital gains tomorrow. But yields are far from the full story. Despite low yields, bonds

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Daniel J. Ivascyn

Inflation Outlook: Relatively Range‑Bound

Group CIO Dan Ivascyn discusses the factors that will likely keep inflation in check over the longer term. For an extended discussion of our outlook for growth and inflation in 2021, as well as the opportunities we see in markets as the global economy recovers,

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Tiffany Wilding

Avoiding Turbulence: Fed Policy and Communication in 2021

The January FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) meeting was uneventful. As expected, the Fed left policy unchanged, and only made small changes to the FOMC statement to reflect the recent economic weakness related to the resurgence in COVID-19 cases. In his press conference, Fed Chair

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Peder Beck-FriisKetish Pothalingam

Beyond Brexit: Outlook and Risks for the U.K. Economy

Four years after the June 2016 referendum, the U.K. finally struck a deal to exit the European Union (EU). Despite all the attention, controversy, and volatility that Brexit has brought, we don’t expect any meaningful effects on near-term economic activity. Firms are generally well prepared

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