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What's the Matter With Wages?

March 2, 2015 With unemployment falling but inflation still low, Fed members disagree on the importance of wage growth as an inflation driver, writes Kristina Hooper. Still, don't expect a delay in rate hikes just because inflation has been slow to catch up.

6 Takeaways from the January Jobs Report

February 6, 2015Our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team breaks down the latest employment report and its implications for the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy.

The Upside of GDP Data Is a Consumer Revival

January 30, 2015Consumer spending , which wasn't a consistent driver of growth until the third quarter of 2014, has since become one. While GDP growth came in below expectations, we expect the consumer recovery to continue in 2015.

Fed Stays Steady in Latest Statement

January 28, 2015A patient FOMC seems to be on track toward a possible mid-year tightening, says our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team, but rate hikes could also be pushed back. June's meeting will be a must-see.

State of the Union: A Statement of Progressive Principles, Political Defiance

January 28, 2015Peter Lefkin, head of government and external affairs at Allianz of America, breaks down President Obama's speech, including what it means for entitlement spending, the debt ceiling, immigration reform and trade.

Monetary Policy Still Fighting Slow Growth

January 28, 2015Investors shouldn't expect significant returns from stocks or bonds in 2015, says Global CIO Andreas Utermann, but central banks will stay accommodative enough to reflate their economies.

What the Outcome in Greece Means for Markets

January 26, 2015With Syriza's win in Greece's parliamentary election, our Economics & Strategy team says the anti-austerity party's first real litmus test will be the potential rollover of Greece's debt.

ECB Unveils Bold Plan to Boost Europe’s Economy

January 23, 2015Here’s a breakdown of the European Central Bank’s aggressive economic stimulus package, which includes quantitative easing, by our Economics & Strategy team.

Rare Yield Crossover Reveals Dividends' Appeal

January 23, 2015The dividend yield on the S&P 500 is now higher than the 10-year Treasury yield, a rare occurrence that could be a signal that stocks are poised for a strong 2015. Portfolio manager Burns McKinney weighs in.

Making Sense of an Inflated Swiss Franc

January 16, 2015 Our Economics & Strategy team breaks down the major disruption in currency markets following the Swiss National Bank’s policy U-turn.

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