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Deconstructing the State of the Housing Recovery

The rebound in the US housing market has slowed in the first half of 2014 for a number of reasons. But local economies and their respective job markets tell the real story. Kristina Hooper breaks it down.

FOMC Reveals Few Surprises

US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper breaks down the June 18 FOMC announcement, including what it means for markets, monetary policy and investors.

May Jobs Report: 4 Key Takeaways

US Investment Strategist Kristina Hooper analyzes the May employment report, including what it means for monetary policy, markets and investors.

Biotech Outlook Remains Strong Despite Recent Selloff

The recent biotech selloff has led to concerns about the sector’s health, but John Schroer, Sector Head of Health Care, thinks innovative companies will ultimately drive long-term earnings growth and share prices.

Sell in May and Go Away?

The uneven economic recovery and weak earnings growth are just a few of the headwinds pushing against equities this year, says Global CIO Andreas Utermann, but central bank support is keeping the outlook for risk assets strong.

The Additive Effect of Global Small Cap on Portfolios

Manager Andrew Neville explains the payoff of a strategic allocation to global small-cap stocks, how active managers exploit pricing inefficiency and the benefit of kicking the tires in local markets. Plus, how monetary policy impacts small-cap investing.

How to Play a Yellen-Led Fed With Dividends

Portfolio manager Ben Fischer explains the role dividend-paying stocks play in portfolios at a time when the Fed’s unwinding QE and a bull run in equities is maturing. Plus, how NFJ should perform if there’s a correction and where he’s finding bargains.

Strong Growth Prospects for Europe as Recession Ends

CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane says there are several reasons to be optimistic about European equities: the recession is ending, the euro is strong and many high-quality companies in the euro zone have been overlooked by investors.

The Price of Meaningful Tax Reform

Peter Lefkin, head of government and external affairs at Allianz of America, takes a look under the hood of the proposed Tax Reform Act of 2014 and why, regardless of its fate, it’s a blueprint for the future and a sobering conversation worth having.

Where to Invest in India Today

Markets are optimistic that India’s May elections will usher in a reform-minded government, writes Raymond Chan. But a complicated political landscape makes it important to invest in proven companies that know how to navigate volatility.

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