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BREXIT REFLECTIONS

The Brexit’s impacts on earnings and U.S. stocks may be limited; we maintain our 2016 year-end S&P 500 forecast for mid-singledigit returns.* However, uncertainty in Europe, seasonal weakness, and the U.S. presidential election

BREXIT BREAKDOWN

The surprising outcome of the Brexit vote has led to uncertainty for markets and global economies. How long this uncertainty persists will likely determine the extent of any negative impact to the U.S. economy.

MUNICIPALS BUCK THE SEASONAL TREND

Municipal bonds have dodged a seasonally weak June period, with notable gains so far in June 2016. A strong first half of June has pushed yields on 10- and 30-year municipal bonds to all-time lows, which should temper investor expectations for seasonal strength over July and August

OVERCOMING A WALL OF WORRIES

We look at three reasons to be fearful of future economic and stock market returns, and three reasons why the fears may be overblown. In the face of some recent bad news and growing investor worries, the S&P 500 is still only 2.8% away from a new all-time high.

TRADING PLACES: THE BREXIT, THE U.K., AND THE EU

Thursday’s “Brexit” vote, during which the U.K. will vote to stay or leave the EU, has had considerable impact on the markets recently. The pattern from similar recent votes suggests that the chances of the U.K. staying are greater than the polls suggest.

 
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