2019 Global Market Outlook
NAVIGATING GLOBAL DISRUPTION
Disruption in its various forms is likely to determine the direction of global markets in the coming year. With the U.S. moving later in the business cycle, the U.S. Federal Reserve raising rates, and credit conditions diverging widely across other global economies, the potential for market volatility remains high.
When it comes to navigating global disruption, our strategic investing approach means we go further to get the full story.
Equity analyst Paulina Amieva talks to management, suppliers, and customers in Mexico City to get a true sense of companies actively solving friction points that impede growth.
There are typically three broad investment stages to a crisis: the liquidity vacuum, the transition "from terrible to bad," and the return to fundamentals.
A recent study shows that the rigor of our independent research and the decision-making of our experienced portfolio managers has created value over the long term.
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