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Emerging markets may have outperformed so far in 2017, but we still believe it is very early innings for these equities.
In addition to portfolio diversification, an allocation to natural resources and commodities provides exposure to global growth and can act as a hedge against inflation.
The credit-positive environment so far this year has resulted in a higher than average number of rising star ascensions, as fallen angels responded favorably to recent oil price stabilization and optimism about potential tax reform.
EM Quantitative Easing Becomes Mainstream
ETF 106: Debunking Fixed Income Myths
Next Stop ‒ Open-Ended QE
Boeing and Bank of America Headline March Review
Investment Outlook: China First to Face Wave of Uncertainty
China Policy Response Defies Consensus
Navigating the Markets: Fixed Income ETF Discounts
Rate Cut Race to the Bottom Heats Up
Policy Game-Changer or Dysfunctional Markets?
Examining Gold’s Recovery Cycles
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