How are markets reacting to the U.S. elections 2016 results as the Republicans take the White House and retain control of Congress? Our North American Strategist Paul Eitelman weighs in.
The outlook for EM asset classes is turning more positive, or at the very least, less negative – according to Russell Investments’ Senior Investment Strategist for Asia-Pacific and Australia.
After years of difficulties and underperformance, emerging market bonds and currencies have the makings of a potential turn-round.
After some challenging periods, portfolio “diversifiers” like commodities, global infrastructure and global high yield seem to be making a comeback. That’s good news for investors who stuck by global, multi-asset investing.
The U.S. stock market (Russell 3000® Index) has beaten many of its peers in the past 5 years ending March 2016. We believe the tide is turning.
Volatility is here to stay in 2016, according to Russell Investments’ strategists. For investors looking to achieve long-term outcomes, taking a dynamic, multi-asset approach may be one of the keys to success.
Raising U.S. interest rates didn’t affect bond markets the way many pundits anticipated, but the bond markets certainly haven’t been sleepy. Are your clients’ portfolios appropriately positioned?