Russell Investments’ Chief Investment Officers reviewed the key themes affecting market returns in October 2016.
Despite a tough start to the year and some unexpected, market-moving events throughout the year, all major asset classes remarkably finished 2016 in positive territory
Markets in September quickly shook off the volatility of the early days of the month, finishing the third quarter of 2016 in positive territory for most asset classes.
August finished as a relatively quiet month in the capital markets compared to June. Maintaining a disciplined approach and staying diversified can help investors if volatility returns to the markets this fall.
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.
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.