by Rob Richardson, CFA®
- Equity Market and Bond indices were down last week nearly across the board – US Treasuries were the exception. ¹
- Global economic growth fundamentals remain solid – trade tensions add uncertainty to market. ²
- Globally, Equity and Bond Funds saw the largest one-week outflow since late 2014. ²
- Real GDP (Gross Domestic Product excluding inflation) could see 3.2% growth from last year due to the strongest increase in productivity growth in 3 years. ³
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Rob Richardson, CFA® works for Fidelis Wealth Advisors, LLC in institutional asset management and research. Most recently he covered hedge funds for Intermountain Healthcare’s Pension and Corporate Investment portfolios. Prior to that he worked as a Research Analyst for The Broe Group, researching private equity and venture capital opportunities, and Stifel Financial as an Equity Research Associate covering Applied Technology stocks. Rob is also a CFA Charterholder and a graduate of Lockheed Martin’s Finance Leadership Development Program.
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