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Markets appear increasingly hopeful that a soft landing for the economy lies ahead. In our Investment Outlook 2024, we discuss why we think that interest rates will still eventually bite and assess the outlook for the global economy and markets.
In this week’s Market Watch, Shamik Dhar chief economist, BNY Mellon Investment Managementdelves into the comparative market and economic performance of the United States and Europe. Dhar underscores four pivotal factors contributing to the superior performance of the United States, namely consumer robustness, fiscal policy, global interdependence, and fluctuations in international trade behavior.
In this week’s Market Watch Shamik Dhar explores the recent boon of bond markets and bond yields, attributing this to the markets realisation interest rates will stay higher for longer. Moreover, Shamik Dhar teases his extensive research piece, Tidal Forces, on long term real interest rates. Find out more.
Co-Heads of Global Bonds, Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo, discuss policy lags and why they believe the market is too pessimistic on inflation improvement but too optimistic on the growth environment.
Are you wondering how to navigate today’s bond markets? Fixed Income Explained Podcast host Peter Marsland is here to help you explore the opportunities.
Just when investors thought inflation was under control, short-dated bond yields are on the rise again as the possibility of higher rates from central banks looms large. But what's the impact on other asset classes? Find out in the latest episode of Market Talk.
Last year was terrible for equities. A war in Ukraine, soaring inflation, higher interest rates and weak economic growth all weighed on sentiment. Globally, both small and large caps were firmly in negative territory. Large-cap indices like the S&P 500 were dragged down as technology companies (such as Meta and Tesla) and stocks with high valuations sold off. Meanwhile, risk-averse investors shunned small caps as economic conditions deteriorated.
John Pattullo and Jenna Barnard, Co-Heads of Global Bonds, believe the confluence of attractive yields and an inflection point in rates should make 2023 an opportune year for high quality investment grade and government bonds.
As this economic cycle ends, we shouldn’t expect to see the patterns of the past decade repeated. A new regime in policy and market behaviour is unfolding which investors need to understand if they are to find the best opportunities and safeguard their portfolios.
Housing markets around the world are facing strong headwinds. Household finances and purchasing power are under pressure from falling real incomes, surging household bills and higher borrowing costs.
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