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Weekly Market & Economic Update    |  10.08.18

The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield hit a seven-year high, reflecting rising growth expectations. Stocks did not cheer the bond market’s rally, perhaps reflecting fears of lower profit margins.

Market update call: Year-end outlook

Quarterly insights call will be held on October 24, 2018.

4Q 2018 investment views

As we begin what may be an event-filled fourth quarter, domestic economic growth remains strong. In our 4Q outlook commentary, we break down what may be on the horizon for the global economy and markets for the remainder of 2018.

Global assets sell off

Rising U.S. interest rates have received much of the blame for why the S&P 500 experienced its worst daily decline since early February. Read what else is likely contributing to recent market movements.

U.S. Treasury bond yields surge

U.S. Treasury bond yields rise on strong data and increasing market expectations for additional Federal Reserve rate increases.

Federal Reserve increases target funds rate

The Federal Reserve increased the target funds rate, with another hike likely in December. In this paper, we break down what this could mean for the markets.


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