U.S. stocks climbed for a second straight day Tuesday, with the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite ending near a five-week high, as jitters over bank instability eased.
Help end investors understand that bailing out of bonds could mean locking in losses and missing a potential recovery.
GMO 7-year Asset Class Forecast: February 2023
U.S. equities are lower as pressure has returned to the banking sector, which remains top of mind.
The market gyrations are not rooted in a banking crisis, but in financial cracks from rapid rate hikes.
When markets react, consider a broader historical perspective before changing your financial course.
Although the dust has not yet settled, we think it’s a good time to pause and consider the implications of the recent Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse.
What our experts think about today's market action.
U.S. stocks are falling in pre-market trading as recent banking turmoil on this side of the pond made its way to Europe.
U.S. stocks are extending last week's sharp declines that have come amid worries regarding the ultimate impact on the banking sector of the recent collapses of SVB Financial and Silvergate Capital.
U.S. equities are modestly higher in pre-market action following the February labor report that was only modestly above estimates.
U.S. stocks are higher, paring weekly losses though the markets remain choppy following this week's hawkish Congressional testimony from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell.
More women in senior roles will support the long-term success and sustainability of emerging markets.
Markets this month were unable to build upon January's momentum following speculation that the central bank will continue with interest rate hikes.
U.S. stocks are subdued in pre-market action as the global markets remain choppy amid the backdrop of uncertainty regarding the ultimate impact of aggressive monetary policy tightening.
Valuations have reset after a volatile year.
The S&P 500 is rising after falling the past four sessions as equites have shown some volatility amid festering uncertainty regarding the ultimate economic impact of aggressive global central bank tightening.
GMO 7-year Asset Class Forecast: January 2023.
The Northern Trust Economics team shares its outlook for U.S. growth, employment, interest rates and inflation.
The Loomis Sayles Mortgage & Structured Finance Sector Team shares insights on consumers, real estate markets and more.
After a bruising 2022 for equities globally, Value stocks in the U.S. have become attractive in an absolute sense and worthy of inclusion in one’s portfolio.
Despite the current rally in risk assets that includes US equities, we believe caution remains warranted.
Brian Smedley, Chief Economist and Head of the Macroeconomic and Investment Research Group, joins Macro Markets to discuss Fed policy, recent inflation, labor, and GDP data, and key takeaways for investors from our 10 Macroeconomic Themes for 2023.
Changes for investors include RMD age increases, higher catch-up contribution limits and a new 529 transferal option.
Valuation metrics across all but the U.S. interest rate dimension remain unambiguously attractive.
Guggenheim Investments’ Macroeconomic and Investment Research Group identifies 10 macroeconomic trends likely to shape monetary policy and investment performance this year.
U.S. stocks declining, as the markets trim a strong start to 2023 ahead of this week's host of key economic and earnings data, as well as the Fed's monetary policy decision.
U.S. equities finished mixed in a lackluster trading session, as Q4 earnings season shifted into a higher gear today.
Anne Walsh, Chief Investment Officer for Guggenheim Partners Investment Management, joined Bloomberg TV in Davos to discuss the outlook for credit as recession nears.
The Loomis Sayles Investment Grade Sector Team shares their expectations for the IG corporate bond market in 2023.
U.S. stocks are extending a late last-week rally, with Q4 earnings season set to shift into high gear.
U.S. equities are higher, as the markets look to get back to their winning ways after a two-day losing streak.
We call them narratives, memes, or mind viruses.
The Loomis Sayles Emerging Markets Debt Sector Team shares their views on growth, corporate defaults and inflation.
This article explores how the addition of specific liquid alternative strategies produces an “All-Terrain” portfolio with the potential for improved long-term performance across a wider range of market environments.
The Loomis Sayles Global Credit Sector Team discusses rate volatility, possibly deteriorating credit fundamentals and key technicals at play in the market.
In 2022, inflation and interest rates both rose substantially, creating the near-term potential for a recession.
U.S. equities are lower in pre-market trading with the Street digesting a slew of results from the banking sector to kick off Q4 earnings season.
U.S. stocks are choppy as the markets wrestle with the implications of a highly anticipated December consumer price inflation report that showed the headline figure declined but the core rate rose, both in line with expectations.
Throughout this year, Wealthspire Advisors’ Investment Team has spent significant time discussing inflation and the Federal Reserve and felt it was important to pivot towards the story in financial markets for 2022, which begins and ends with fixed income.
Market volatility and the Federal Reserve's efforts to reduce inflation will continue to garner attention.
GMO 7-year asset class forecast: 4Q 2022.
2022 was a rough year for fixed income, but we anticipate better days ahead as the Fed will likely keep rates elevated in its ongoing battle against inflation.
Gold prices have increased to start 2023 as the dollar index extends last Friday's losses.
Deep value offers a compelling opportunity within U.S. equities.
The Loomis Sayles High Yield Sector Team shares their expectations for spreads, defaults and trends in the high yield market.
Tesla’s shares fell by more than 14% on Tuesday, after plunging by 65% in 2022.
The U.S. economy continually showed its resiliency through a challenging year.
U.S. equities are solidly higher in afternoon action, paring some of the losses that have plagued the start of 2023.
After a year defined by inflation and the policy response to it, we expect 2023 to be a year of transition.