Fall 2018: Macroeconomic Review

November 7, 2018
Earnings growth has been strong across different sectors and the U.S. continues to lead the way. We’ve seen disparity between the performance of developed market equities and emerging market equites. Central bank policy remains front and center. At this time, we believe equities should continue to outperform fixed income albeit with more volatility.
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