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    Preparing for a rising rate environment
    With the global economy on a steady though uneven upward trajectory, investors are beginning to contemplate an eventual end to ultra-loose monetary policy and a structural rise in interest rates in many countries. We offer thoughts from professionals across our firm on ways that investors can position themselves for this potential shift.
     
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    Equity long/short funds: Are the good times gone or does skill still matter?

    作者: Matthew Scales, CFA

    Since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), the world has been awash in liquidity. The prolonged and unprecedented use of monetary stimulus has stabilized growth, returned major developed markets to full...

    File under: New paths for alternative investing, Preparing for reflation and rising rates

     
    1月 2017
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    Macro and market

    Hidden duration in equities

    Authors: Ben Cooper, CFA, ...

    US Treasuries are driving equity markets and investors aren’t happy about it. Despite the clamor surrounding bond proxies (such as utilities and low-volatility stocks) over the last few years, it seems...

    File under: Preparing for reflation and rising rates

     
    1月 2017
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    Macro and market

    Reweighting portfolios for a reflating world

    作者: Nanette Abuhoff Jacobson

    In 2017, I expect politics and policy will again play a major role in driving markets and creating volatility. I anchor my investment ideas to a framework that takes political trends into account, but also...

    File under: Preparing for reflation and rising rates

     
    1月 2017
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    Macro and market

    Global Economic Outlook: The global reflation theme is intact

    作者: Robert Scherfke, PhD

    We expect stronger global growth and higher inflation in 2017. The developed market macro policy shift is unfolding, with less monetary accommodation and more fiscal spending. We also foresee a tug of war in...

    File under: Preparing for reflation and rising rates