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Q&A: How Will Brexit Affect the UK and EU?

July 20, 2016 Neil Dwane answers investors' most pressing questions about Britain's current and future relationship with the European Union.

Central Bank 'Put' Leads to Sweet Spot for Stocks

July 18, 2016Last week reminded us once again that monetary policy still has a significant impact on asset class prices. Kristina Hooper says investors need to be prepared for monetary policy exhaustion, which means embracing a more active approach to investing.

Just Before Halftime, Brexit Strikes

July 14, 2016 In his mid-year outlook, Neil Dwane looks at how the biggest investment themes of early 2016 – including China, oil and diverging central-bank policies – suddenly gave way to a new narrative: How will the UK's impending exit from the EU change the game?

Brexit: What Now?

June 24, 2016 What once seemed unthinkable has now happened: The UK electorate has voted to leave the European Union. Technically, nothing has changed yet, but the impact on investors will be immediate as global markets adjust to this new reality.

Has Monetary Policy Become Too Loose?

June 22, 2016 Nine years since the great financial crisis started, monetary easing is continuing with hardly any end in sight, says Stefan Hofrichter. But with global economic growth still muted, it may be time for central banks to become less accommodative.

Gauging the Shift Toward Robo-Advice

June 21, 2016 Recent Grassroots℠ Research shows that slightly more than one-third of investors who use robo-advisors are considering switching to a financial advisor, indicating that automated advice isn't giving many clients the level of service they need.

Data-Focused Fed Still Dovish, But Brexit Looms

June 16, 2016 Although the Fed’s June 15 decision not to raise rates didn’t surprise many investors, there's still plenty to parse in its latest communications. Get the highlights and investment implications from our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team.

A Surreal Summer in Selecting the Next US President

June 10, 2016 If the 2016 US presidential primaries are a foreshadowing of the general election, we’re about to witness a political campaign for the ages. In his latest commentary, Peter Lefkin takes measure of the most surreal election in US history.

Savings at the End of Time

June 10, 2016 Once they start saving, Americans can accrue surprisingly large sums, according to Project M: By the end of their lives, roughly one-third of Americans have $250,000 or more in real estate, business assets and other forms of non-annuitized wealth.

To Brexit or to Bremain? That Is the Question

June 9, 2016 While odds currently point to an unlikely yea vote for "British exit" from the EU, Neil Dwane says there could be a silver lining if there's an upset: a fire sale on attractive assets.

Living Longer: An Expensive Curse?

June 8, 2016 Neil Dwane says that for every additional 10 years that a client lives, an advisor may need to generate another 30 per cent of the client's wealth to fund expanded health care costs and extended lifespans.

Postcard from China: Home of the New American Dream

June 7, 2016 Neil Dwane journeys beyond the official news releases to find a capitalist country full of enterprise, where countless citizens are pursuing the American dream in Chinese characters.

Probability of June Rate Hike Plummets with Jobs Growth

June 3, 2016 A disappointing May jobs report decreases the likelihood of a June rate hike—although it doesn't dismiss it entirely. A July rate hike remains very possible according to our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team.

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