Earnings and GDP growth are unlikely to reach new heights this cycle, but does that mean the expansion is ending? We don't believe so. Read our latest edition of Capital Markets to find out why.
The current U.S. expansion cycle is over nine years old and if it persists past the second quarter of 2019, it will be the longest on record. Will this expansion be record breaking? We think so. Director of Market Strategy Brad Neuman reviews key elements from Alger's The Longest Expansion presentation.
While debt levels around the world are quite high, debt service is generally manageable and U.S. debt service for the consumer and business sectors is considerably lower than it has been in the peaks prior to the past two recessions.
In this edition of Capital Markets: Observations and Insights, we review likely rising interest rates and the possible broader implications for asset classes, sectors, and securities.
In this edition of Capital Markets: Observations and Insights, we outline why we believe increasing corporate investment should help drive a resurgence in productivity growth in the U.S.