The United States: The service sector is expected to support economic growth in the near-term.
United Kingdom: UK equities are close to their relative valuation lows versus the rest of the world since the early 1990s.
The Eurozone: Despite negative interest rates, savings in the Eurozone continue to climb.
Emerging Market: Many EM economies do not have fiscal buffers against the next recession.
Global Developments: Central bank policy rates across all developed economies are now below the Fed’s target rate, which should support the US dollar.
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Edited by Devon Lall
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