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As the Global Economy Recovers, Japan Stands in the Spotlight

Upbeat outlook as Japanese market is highly geared to global recovery

Archibald Ciganer, Portfolio Manager
T. Rowe Price,  June 2021

The end of the Great Moderation and the return of volatility

Since the mid-1980s, the macroeconomic volatility has declined to a postwar low. The Covid-19 crisis brought one of the largest economic shock in modern history and could mark the end of the Great Moderation i.e. a turning point with higher economic volatility and a shift to a higher inflation regime. Those factors are likely to lead to higher financial market volatility than in the previous two decades.

Didier Borowski, Head of Global Views; Pierre Blanchet, Head of Investment Intelligence
Amundi Asset Management,  May 4, 2021

Income: A dangerous love affair

Beauty is only skin deep, as the saying goes. Francois de Bruin explains what this piece of wisdom means for yield-hungry income investors.

Francois de Bruin Fund Manager, Sustainable Income & Growth and Head of Listed Real Estate
Aviva Investors,  11 May 2021

Five Forces in International Equities Investors May Be Underestimating

China, Japan, technology, and value have potential to shape global markets in 2021 and beyond.

Justin Thomson CIO and Head of International Equities
T. Rowe Price,  April 2021

A Shift Toward Value

The tide may be turning for value stocks

Yoram Lustig Head of Multi‐Asset Solutions, EMEA; Michael Walsh Solutions Strategist, EMEA
T. Rowe Price,  Investment Insights, April 2021

Multi-asset allocation views: Loose policy doesn’t rule out a steeper curve

While inflation is expected to rise after last year’s lows, it will likely be transitory. Sunil Krishnan explores what this means for the economy, yield curves and equity markets.

Sunil Krishnan, Head of Multi-asset Funds
Aviva Investors,  15 April 2021

Pleasant Recession, Unpleasant Recovery

Weak pent‐up demand will likely prevent a post‐COVID boom.

Nikolaj Schmidt Chief International Economist
T. Rowe Price,  March 2021

Zero rates

Too much of a good thing?

Aviva Investors,  9 March 2021

All bubbles are not equal

Predicting the growth and bursting of bubbles is a difficult task, even considered as impossible by some. In fact, bubbles can last for a long time and are only apparent when they burst. Calling them too early can lead to suboptimal allocation.

Didier Borowski, Head of Global Views; Pierre Blanchet, Head of Investment Intelligence
Amundi Asset Management,  March 03, 2021

The “In-Between,” the “New Normal,” and What’s Next…

Tracking the course for global equites to a post-COVID-19 world

David J. Eiswert, Portfolio Manager
T. Rowe Price,  February 2021
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