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Q2 EARNINGS PREVIEW

Q2 earnings season may look a lot like Q1 as companies once again face the twin drags of the energy downturn and strong U.S. dollar. Corporate America may impress in other ways, such as its resilience to the latest Greece and China flare-ups. As earning season progresses, we will watch for evidence that earnings will accelerate in the second half.

THE FUTURE IS ALREADY HERE

Due to still expensive valuations and low yields, we believe the current low-return environment could potentially persist for high-quality bonds for several years. Rising interest rate risk and still declining income generation pose an additional challenge.

GAUGING GLOBAL GROWTH: AN UPDATE FOR 2015 & 2016

As companies report second quarter 2015 results, the health of the global economy will likely get plenty of attention. The U.S., China, the Eurozone, and Japan account for nearly two-thirds of global economic activity; thus, these areas are where global growth matters the most. The market continues to expect that global GDP growth will accelerate in 2015, 2016, and 2017, aided by lower oil prices and stimulus from two of the three leading central banks in the world.

WHAT DO BONDS SAY ABOUT GREECE

Bond market’s reaction to Greek events has been muted so far and justifiably so. Key safety nets put in place by the European Central Bank and policymakers in recent years support limited bond market impacts. The growth trend continues to dominate long-term bond prices and yields despite unfolding Greek events.

GREECE PLAYBOOK

The referendum result this weekend throws Greece’s future in the currency union firmly in doubt. Here we address the question of whether the heightened risk of a Greek exit from the Eurozone might lead to contagion for global markets. We do not believe Greece is another “Lehman moment” and it may present an attractive buying opportunity for European equities.

 
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