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JANUARY EMPLOYMENT REPORT PREVIEW

The market is expecting the economy to add 235,000 net new jobs in January 2015 and for the unemployment rate to remain at 5.6%. Other measures of the health of the labor market — hiring rates, the quit rate, the unemployment rate, and most importantly, wages — still show that the labor market is not yet back to normal.

ALL ABOUT THE CENTRAL BANK(S)

Recent central bank action has reinforced the “lower for longer” interest rate theme in global bond markets. This week’s Fed meeting may temper marketfriendly central bank trends, but seems unlikely to alter the current environment.

NAVIGATING THE MARKETS 1/26

We are initiating a master limited partnership (MLP) view (neutral/positive) and introducing several new alternative investment categories. ƒƒUpgrading technology and industrials to positive and munis (int.) to neutral/positive.

NO DEFLATING THE U.S. DOLLAR

The latest leg up for the U.S. dollar has been driven by anticipation and arrival of QE by the ECB. The dollar has been strong for a number of reasons, all of them good things. Though not the end all and be all, currency is an important consideration when determining asset allocation.

GAUGING GLOBAL GROWTH

The pace of growth in the global economy is a key driver of global earnings growth, and ultimately, the performance of global equity markets. The IMF raised its estimate for growth in 2015 for developed economies and sharply lowered its estimate for emerging markets.

 
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