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Dawning of a New Era?

As this publication was being prepared on Monday, September 16, 2013, equity markets around the globe were rallying and bond yields were dropping on the news over the weekend of September 14 – 15, 2013 that Larry Summers — who market participants had pegged as the front-runner to replace Ben Bernanke as Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman — withdrew his name from consideration...

Emerging Markets and the Fed - What’s Attractive and What to Avoid

While the Federal Reserve (Fed) could surprise investors this week, the Fed has been careful to communicate its intentions to the markets ahead of this week’s meeting. Most market participants expect the Fed to announce a tapering in the monthly pace of its bond-buying program coupled with more guidance on when, in the distant future, it may raise rates...

The One Big Risk

When Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy on September 15, 2008, defining the seminal event of the financial crisis, there was one big risk investors were worried about across their portfolios: credit risk — the potential losses arising from the inability of mortgage borrowers, financial institutions, and government enterprises to pay back their debts. As we reach the five-year anniversary of that event this coming weekend, another single big risk has emerged...


The latest Beige Book and the August employment report likely keep the Federal Reserve (Fed) on track to announce a scaling back of its bond-purchase program (quantitative easing, or QE) at the next Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on September 17 – 18, 2013...

Trading Partners

Our exports to our two closest neighbors, Canada and Mexico (27%), are larger than our exports to the Eurozone, Japan, and China combined (25%). Perhaps market participants (ourselves included) should pay more attention to the economic prospects for Canada and Mexico and a bit less time on China, the Eurozone, and Japan...

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