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Providing timely updates and perspectives on the economy and financial markets.

Weekly Market & Economic Update    |  11.13.17

Despite recent softness in markets, economic data remains strong. Debates about the tax bill are likely to remain volatile for some time.

Tax reform bill unveiled

The House tax proposal is likely to be a net positive for the economy and capital markets. Our investment outlook remains positive for now.

4Q Market Update Call

During the Q4 Market Update call, our senior investment strategist team from Wealth Management's Asset Management Group provided insights into economic and market expectations for year-end 2017 and early 2018.

Investment Views: 4Q 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, our team of investment strategists remains positive on the current investment backdrop. This commentary provides additional insights into our outlook for the remainder of the year and into early 2018.


 

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