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Weekly Market & Economic Update    |  06.18.18

The Fed raised rates and may hit four total hikes in 2018, while Europe can see an end to quantitative easing. The global economy continues to desynchronize, with the U.S. stronger as Europe weakens.

Federal Reserve rate increases are consistent with our view of a strong U.S. economy

The Federal Reserve's latest rate hike and rising inflation may push bond yields higher.

Second quarter 2018 investment views: Still positive, but an increasing degree of difficulty

With a return of market volatility and a shifting landscape of fiscal, monetary and government policies, we have a more balanced global outlook for 2018. We’ve published a new quarterly commentary that outlines current views.

Breach of 3 percent yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury bond is largely symbolic

10-year Treasury yield rises above 3% level. Higher trending yields could be negative for stocks. We advocate a balanced portfolio allocation.

Market call replay: Quarterly outlook    |  04.06.18

During the call, senior members of the U.S. Bank Wealth Management investment team provided updates on our outlook for global economic and capital market conditions and addressed views on the recent market volatility.

Flat out of the gates. The second quarter starts with a thud. | 04.02.18

On April 2, the U.S. stock market started the second quarter of 2018 on a sour note. Our new commentary provides insights on what we’re monitoring and what may lie ahead.


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