The revelations of May 17 may pose a threat to President Temer’s administration, and therefore a threat to Brazil’s short- and medium-term economic outlook.
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Today's pro-cyclical, rising rate environment has a playbook with historical precedent.
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Trump administration fiscal policy is expected to be similar to Ronald Reagan's measures, but economic conditions today are much different than in 1981.
The 20,000 milestone reached by the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) garnered major media attention, but that’s due more to the fame of the index.
The bullish case for stocks assumes that the Trump tax reforms and spending increases will be implemented, but Washington can be unpredictable.
Is the so-called January Effect a real opportunity for investors, or is it too well-known to be exploited? We offer a number of perspectives.
The market sees a more hawkish Fed in the December 2016 rate hike, but we see see signs of a dove in the Fed's dot plot.