Posts Tagged ‘Correction’

Q1 2018 Market Commentary

Global markets entered correction territory and struggled to recover amidst protectionist trade discussions. How did major asset classes react rebound in volatility? Waterloo’s Q1 2018 market commentary breaks down the results of a tumultuous start to the year.

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February 12, 2018 – Weekly Market Commentary

Stocks entered a correction, Trump signed a budget deal, the Bank of England raised their rate hike expectations and thought leaders focused on why the recent selloff is unlikely to change monetary policy outlooks, how this bull market has held up to previous corrections, what the return of volatility means for investors, and knowing the differences and risks among exchange-traded products.

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February 5, 2018 – Weekly Market Commentary

The Fed left rates unchanged at Janet Yellen’s last meeting, US consumer spending continued to rise but at the expense of savings, consumer confidence remained near a post-recession peak and thought leaders focused on what is driving the market correction and why the 10-year Treasury yield is an important indicator for both stock and bond markets.

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