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We continue to expect that U.S. economic growth may rebound to a 3% pace for all of 2014. The June 2014 jobs report was undeniably strong on all fronts, standing in sharp contrast to the weak performance of the economy in the first quarter of 2014. The last time the economy created at least 200,000 jobs per month for five consecutive months was in late 1999 through early 2000, when the U.S. economy was growing between 4.5% and 5.0%.

Current Conditions Index 7/2/14

Read real-time insight into the trends that shape LPL Financial Research’s recommended actions to manage portfolios, it has proven to be a useful investment decision-making tool.

A Challenging Second Half Looms

After broad based strength over the first half of 2014, we expect yields may rise in the second half of 2014 as global growth strengthens and inflation picks up from recent lows. Higher valuations have increased the challenges facing investors.

Investor’s Almanac Field Notes

Similar to a farming almanac, our Investor’s Almanac is a publication containing a guide to patterns, tendencies, and seasonal observations important to growing. The goal of farming is not merely to grow crops, but to sustain living things — investing shares the same goal.

LPL Financial Research's Mid-Year Outlook 2014

At this year’s halfway point, we offer the LPL Financial Research Mid-Year Outlook2014: Investor’s Almanac Field Notes containing key observations and updates to our outlook for 2014.

 
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