Russell Investments Chief Investment Officers offer their views of the key themes affecting market performance in March 2016.
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.
Some days it seems like all we read about in the news is the Fed and interest rate expectations. But do your clients understand who the Fed is and what they do? Our “who’s who” guide can help.
Market volatility has undeniably spiked in the first month of 2016 – but the Economic Dashboard shows the VIX is still within its typical historical average. That context may help your clients appreciate that the recent bout of volatility may have felt scarier than it really was.
The Fed’s decision to raise interest rates may be overall positive for investors looking to retire.
Today the Fed lift-off begins. Paul Eitelman delves into what it might mean for global markets in 2016.
Our upcoming quarterly outlook looks at global economies through the lens of value, cycle and sentiment to help investors see what might be ahead.