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Category Archives: Market Outlook
Capital Market Strategists Brian Jacobsen, John Manley, and Jim Kochan with Wells Fargo Funds Management, LLC, help investors follow the flow of liquidity worldwide to understand its effect globally.
Novembers are usually known for cooling, not warming weather. The thaw we are anticipating is more a thawing of investor sentiment. Although the stock market has marched higher and bond yields have stayed low, investors have been embracing this bull … Continue reading
Everyone has their to-do list. Yet sometimes, success comes from what we don’t do. So here are some items for your don’t-do list: First, don’t put your head in the sand. Even though the din of the news, misinformation, exaggerations, … Continue reading
New highs in the equity markets and continued strength in the Treasury markets have a lot of investors thinking it’s time to go on the defensive. Interest rates can only go higher, and valuations are stretched, right? Wrong. Interest rates … Continue reading
Fed Chair Yellen pointed out in her semiannual report to Congress that the U.S. economy has encountered a number of false dawns—when a hoped-for acceleration in growth has failed to materialize—during this recovery. That’s one reason—maybe the main reason—she is … Continue reading
Few events can freeze economic growth like extremely cold weather can—and did—at the beginning of the year. But with the warmer weather, growth returned—and our capital market strategists expect it to continue. Here are the key themes they’ve identified so … Continue reading
In many parts of the country, the weather has taken a slight turn for the better. The economic data released for the first quarter of the year has been viewed as being distorted by the weather. With the start of … Continue reading
Weather-tainted economic data continued to steer investors’ attention to bigger-picture issues, such as what’s next for the Fed and ECB, whether Venezuela is going to get much worse before it gets better, and how the conflict in Ukraine will resolve. … Continue reading
January didn’t start the year well, but the markets have 11 more months to redeem themselves. We think February’s movements might mimic January’s, with short and intense movements. U.S. economic data is likely to be muddled with the continued adverse … Continue reading
More than four years into a stock market rally, our chief market strategists ask, “Can it last?” Here’s an executive summary of their outlook—the full report is available on our website. The economy: Signs of accelerating growth are evident Except … Continue reading