Volatility subsided in July as the markets shrugged off near-tem concerns regarding the economic impact of Brexit.
Following a volatile end to the second quarter, most global capital markets bounced back with strong performance in July turning all asset classes positive for the year-to-date.
The key indicators in the Economic Indicators Dashboard reflected the volatility investors experienced in June 2016.
Markets in June 2016 responded to the surprising Brexit decision. Russell Investments’ CIOs share their insights.
Russell Investments’ Chief Investment Officers (CIOs) highlight key market and economic drivers impacting portfolio positioning and performance due to the recent Brexit decision.
The Brexit decision caught most observers by surprise on June 24, 2016. Russell Investments’ strategist and multi-asset portfolio management teams share their thoughts on implications of the outcome.
Fed’s June decision to hold fund rate steady reflects patience due to a sharp drop in U.S. May jobs growth. September seen as next most likely date for rate hike.