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Developing Worries

Uncertainty over emerging market (EM) weakness and whether the weather is truly responsible for recent softness in economic data is likely to keep bond yields range-bound over the near term. We believe the U.S. economy will resume the improvement that began in late 2013 and EM growing pains will not impact broader financial markets over the longer term.

Turn Down the Volume

It is not unusual to see the market dip 3% in a month; what was unusual about January’s stock market trading was the volume surging to levels not seen since May 2010. Such spikes have historically coincided with losses, but they were not sustained for long.

The Employment Situation: Slow Climb Back

The January 2014 employment report will garner plenty of attention from market participants, the media, and the public as the labor market continues its slow climb back to the pre-recession peak. The Federal Reserve will be watching for key metrics: the participation rate, long-term unemployment, wages, and hiring..

 
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