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March Madness in the Markets

As the NCAA basketball tournament gets down to its own sweet sixteen while the rest of March plays out, it is a good time to reflect on the sixteen competing drivers of the markets that may make for an exciting showdown in the weeks and months to come. There will likely be some upsets that result in volatility as these factors face off against each other.

Making a Statement

Markets will soon be asking: When will the Fed raise rates? What measures of inflation, employment, and other economic indicators will the Fed be watching most closely? How fast will rates rise once rate hikes begin? We expect the FOMC to revamp its overly complex statement beginning at this week’s FOMC meeting. We continue to expect the FOMC to taper quantitative easing by $10 billion at each FOMC meeting this year.

Europe’s Big Bet

The ECB made a big bet last week that the Eurozone economy is picking up fast enough to avoid the need for any further stimulus. We are not so sure. Until some key catalysts emerge, the risks to stocks in Europe may outweigh the rewards.

Still Growing, With Limited Wage and Price Pressures

In early 2014, harsh winter weather has replaced policy uncertainty as the biggest weight on the economy. Our Beige Book Barometer decreased to +62 in March 2014 from +76 in January 2014, as weather received 119 mentions. The Affordable Care Act continues to be a key concern for Main Street.

Stocks Go From Great to Good as the Bull Turns Five

After five years, the second most powerful bull market in post-WWII history may be getting a second wind...​

 
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