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An uptick in some prices could mean higher rates for longer
Global CIO Andrew McCaffery and senior members of our team review current market dynamics and provide an insight into the implications of recent macro and policy developments. They outline how this evolving backdrop is informing our views across asset classes as we head into the final quarter of 2023.
With US labour markets still strong, the Federal Reserve is sticking to its “higher for longer” messaging. Global Head of Macro & Strategic Asset Allocation Salman Ahmed analyses the future direction for inflation and growth and believes the US economy could be in for a shock next year when the impact of higher rates finally start to bite.
How orderly will the global net zero transition ultimately turn out to be? Our Global Macro & Strategic Asset Allocation Team assess the latest progress we are seeing and outline why policy shifts - catalysed by the energy crisis - have the potential to speed up progress towards net zero goals.
Banking sector problems have crossed the Atlantic with UBS agreeing to buy struggling Credit Suisse. While recent events are set to drive further market volatility, we outline why the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the rescue of Credit Suisse are unlikely to mark the start of a systemic event. However, from an asset allocation perspective, a cautious approach is warranted as the sector remains under intense scrutiny.
Global CIO Andrew McCaffery believes the key risk for investors to watch in 2023 is a central bank-induced sharp recession, or inflation bust. He shares his outlook for the global economy and outlines how investors should think about approaching asset allocation in the year ahead.
As shocking events continue to unfold in Ukraine, and sanctions on Russia tighten, the impact on markets and the policy outlook is growing. Fidelity’s Global Head of Solutions & Multi Asset considers the direction of travel for commodities, inflation and policy moves.
Do rising yields signal the end long-term bond bull market that began 40 years ago?
Historically, equity dividends and fixed income coupons have been an incredibly important component of income investing. However, current macroeconomic forces mean that both are under pressure. Fixed income yields are low and dividends have been, or are, at risk of being cut.
The results of our Covid-19 survey shows how financial advisers have helped calm investor nerves at a highly uncertain time
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