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No Debate: Stock and Bond Markets Agree

No debate here: Over the past five years, modest declines in bond yields in the range of 0 – 50 basis points occurred along with modest gains of 0 – 10% for stocks.

Better Gauges of Global Growth Ahead

As markets brace for this week, we continue to expect that the U.S. and global economies may accelerate in 2014 relative to 2013’s growth rate. We continue to expect that the FOMC will taper QE by $10 billion per meeting, exit the program by the end of 2014, and begin to raise interest rates in late 2015. Our view remains that...

Oil, Oil Everywhere

Why — if the United States is producing more oil and consuming less than it was a decade ago — is the price of oil going up, and what does it mean for investors?

Capital Spending Check-up

We do not think the economic weakness in Q1 is the start of another recession, and, indeed, we continue to expect real GDP will expand 3.0% in all of 2014. We believe the conditions are in place for a pickup in business spending, and we expect the pace of business capital spending to accelerate over the next several years.

Snapback

We do not think the first quarter GDP report will be a harbinger of a recession in the near future. We continue to believe the U.S. economy will accelerate in 2014 (relative to 2013), and that GDP will increase 3.0% for the year. The LEI indicates that the risk of recession in the next 12 months is negligible at 4%, but not zero.

 
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