The results of the US midterm elections were largely in line with expectations, with one important wrinkle.
Just as headwinds from trade policy were beginning to dissipate, the outbreak of COVID-19 has pushed the global economy into recession.
We expect another positive year for emerging market debt in 2020, with base case expectations of about 8% returns for emerging market hard currency, and 11% for emerging market local currency.
Today the Bank of England’s (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee met, and voted by a majority of 7-2 to keep the policy interest rate at 0.75%.
Our Market Insight teamtake a look at the political event of 2020 and how the US election may affect financial markets and what could it mean for all of us.
Mario Draghi reacted to the increased economic risks to the economic outlook with a bold package of monetary easing measures.
Expected returns and correlations of asset classes.
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