While the Morgan Stanley Global Investment Office remains cautious in navigating today’s market volatility and understands the complications that the war-induced commodity shock delivers to the global economy, we are far from calling a U.S. recession. There are three reasons why.
What follows are a range of views from across Capital Group’s investment team of political analysts, economists, and equity and fixed income portfolio managers and analysts.
Here are five implications of the Ukraine crisis on investment strategies.
The world is watching anxiously as the Russian military moves deeper into Ukraine, expanding an invasion that began Wednesday night. Although the human cost of military action is incalculable, global stock markets in general reacted to the invasion with wide swings before closing higher for the week.
Depending on the breaks, 2022 could be a very eventful year for new tech products and even whole new tech categories. From gaming to electric vehicles to mixed reality wearables, this year’s releases could even begin a shift in the way we view tech’s role in personal and business life.
U.S. and global stocks fell sharply Friday as heightened risk of an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine spooked stock markets and sent oil prices sharply higher.
Most of our notes this year have focused on the shift in Fed policy, and for good reason. But now that markets are settling down from their Fed fear-driven sell-off, we thought it would be a good idea to pick our heads up and point out some other dynamics that investors should consider as we head into February.
The next time you’re the bearer of bad news, try these tips to do it well.
Where do experts see the ball moving over the next year? Below are some of the trends that could shape 2022.
There are unknown shocks and surprises that likely await investors in the year ahead. But smart investors can take action to prepare for the unexpected. Here are five keys to staying on course in 2022 amid economic and geopolitical uncertainty.