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Analysis

The credit market’s message: Recession fears may be overblown

Credit markets continue to signal that there are few recession risks on the horizon, but that may be because central banks are back with a vengeance.

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Investing

Economic and corporate earnings prospects are the matters that matter

It’s not the political sideshows that ultimately drive markets, but rather economic and earnings prospects. We see some caution signs on both fronts.

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Analysis

What does the risk of no-deal Brexit mean for investors?

As the UK plunges into the unknown, investors need to be nimble as the reality of Brexit evolves.

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Eric Lascelles

Chief Economist
RBC Global Asset Management Inc.

“In retrospect, the decision to deliver fiscal stimulus during the worst of the economic downturn was inspired. Not only have bond markets reacted well, but international evidence has also congealed around the conclusion that every dollar borrowed generated two in economic benefits. So far, so good.”

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Frédérique Carrier

Managing Director, Head of Investment Strategy

“Europe has long endured a sick and sclerotic economy. But its tepid recovery is showing signs of vibrancy. While more needs to be done to nurture a sustainable recovery, we see attractive opportunities.”

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Janet Engels

Director of Portfolio Advisory Group,
U.S. Equities

“We continue to suggest to our investors that they maintain their asset allocation to stocks; what is comfortable to them, what makes sense from a strategic standpoint for their allocation and there are reasons for that. Number one: We see no risk of U.S. recession. If we did, the view would be quite different.”

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