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.
It’s not the political sideshows that ultimately drive markets, but rather economic and earnings prospects. We see some caution signs on both fronts.
As the UK plunges into the unknown, investors need to be nimble as the reality of Brexit evolves.
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