The Fed has cut rates for the second time this year. While the US domestic economy remains resilient, the central bank is worried about slowing global growth and the trade dispute with China
A sluggish outlook and low inflation suggest the European Central Bank is inching towards further stimulus, which we don’t think will be enough.
Low interest rates will limit the ability of central banks to cut rates further if the economy turns pear-shaped. We examine the other options available in developed markets.
As stock markets fell in October, bond yields rose – bucking a long term trend. This has significant implications for how investors look at diversification.
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