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  • H2 2019 Market Outlook - Equities

    H2 2019 Market Outlook - Equities
    H2 2019 Market Outlook: 3 key reasons we prefer equities to bonds.

    Asset markets rebounded strongly in H1 2019, can it continue in H2? Find out why we prefer equities over bonds, with a tilt towards the US Market.

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  • H2 2019 Market Outlook - USD

    H2 2019 Market Outlook - USD
    H2 2019 Market Outlook: What does the Fed’s change in policy stance mean for the US Dollar?

    USD strength over the past year has influenced the performance of various asset classes. What does the Fed’s change in policy stance mean for the US Dollar?

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  • H2 2019 Market Outlook - Gold

    H2 2019 Market Outlook - Gold
    H2 2019 Market Outlook: What has changed in our view of gold?

    We have upgraded our view on gold. Find out what has changed, and what it means for your investments.

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  • H2 2019 Market Outlook - EM Bonds

    H2 2019 Market Outlook - EM Bonds
    H2 2019 Market Outlook: Why we continue to like EM USD government bonds?

    3 reasons why we think EM USD government bonds are poised to outperform other bonds.

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