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Volatility Is Back: What It Means for Markets

Volatility shakeups can create more dispersion across the performance of asset classes and individual securities, creating opportunities for active, high-conviction investors. 

Here, we gather our latest views on market volatility across asset classes.

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Multi-Asset: Today’s Market Tremors Are Self-Induced Volatility

Offensive assets are now priced like a tightly coiled spring, and should make money unless the worst case materializes.

Equities: Trade War Fears May Be Strong, but Fundamentals Are Stronger

The support of central banks – together with the much-improved economic situation in China – provides a good backdrop for equity markets in the second half of the year.

Global Credit: Emotion Reigns in the Credit Market

Most times, credit markets are driven by fundamentals. On other occasions, emotion drives markets. This appears to be one of those times.

Economics: US-China Trade Deal Hopes Fade With a Weaker Yuan

Beijing’s currency move and the US response to label China as a “currency manipulator” push the prospect of a deal further away.