Webcast – Fear And Loathing – (12min:10sec) – May 10, 2022


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Webcast – Fear And Loathing – (12min:10sec) – May 10, 2022
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In this week’s Webcast, global strategist Peter Perkins discusses the outlook for capital markets over the next 6-12 months and MRB’s recommended asset allocation.



 

Asset Allocation Strategy – A Very Difficult Needle For The Fed To Thread – May 6, 2022
 · Asset Allocation · 

Both stocks and bonds face hurdles as central banks step-up efforts to combat the biggest outbreak of inflation in four decades.



 

Policy – U.S.: The Fed Steps It Up, Hoping For A Break Later – May 5, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

This report updates our outlook for Fed policy following yesterday’s FOMC meeting



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – Be Careful What You Wish For – April 29, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

A pause in the second cyclical upwave in bond yields may be developing, as growth concerns have increased and less alarming inflation data looms.



 

Absolute Return Strategy – Positioning For A Growth Scare – April 29, 2022
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Webcast – The Great Bond Market Capitulation – (7min:48sec) – April 27, 2022
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In this week’s Webcast Phillip Colmar discusses this year’s dramatic selloff in government bonds and provides a roadmap of what to expect heading forward.



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – The Future Has Arrived – April 22, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

We remain modestly pro-growth in our investment stance, as the global economic expansion is proving to be durable despite recent hits to economic sentiment.



 

Economy – Ambitious China Growth Target Is Attainable, Implies Continuing Stimulus – April 22, 2022
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Economy – U.S.: Checking In On Consumers – April 21, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

Real retail sales eased for the second consecutive month in March, warranting a closer look at whether inflation is starting to meaningfully deter consumer demand.



 

Theme – Government Bonds: This Is What Capitulation Looks Like (Phase 1) – April 21, 2022
 · Fixed Income · Themes · 

The violent selloff in U.S. and G7 government bonds reflects the beginning of a major capitulation by both central banks and bond bulls



 

Economy – U.S. Unemployment Is NOT Flashing A Warning Sign For Stocks – April 19, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

The level of U.S. unemployment is often overlooked as an investment timing tool and yet can provide significant value to investors



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – Waiting For A Pause – April 14, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

We remain positive on economic prospects for most of the world, which implies that the inflation uptrend will persist.



 

Economy – Euro Area: Divergent Interest Rate Sensitivities – April 12, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · Fixed Income · Themes · 

Euro area interest rate expectations are ratcheting higher as the ECB will unwind monetary accommodation to address the region’s elevated and rising inflation rate.



 

Economy – U.S Inflation: The Heat Is (Still) On – April 11, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

U.S. inflation has not yet turned around from its post-pandemic surge.



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – Too Soon To Be Looking Towards The Next Valley – April 8, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

The economic backdrop is proving resilient, especially in the U.S. and even in the euro area, despite the surge in bond yields and war in Ukraine.



 

Webcast – The Lingering Threat From Bonds – (12min:33sec) – April 6, 2022
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In this week’s Webcast, global strategist Peter Perkins discusses MRB’s outlook for capital markets over the next 6-12 months and key asset allocation recommendations.



 

Asset Allocation Strategy – A Growling Bond Bear Is Dangerous – April 1, 2022
 · Asset Allocation · 

Investor attention has pivoted over the past few weeks from the war in Ukraine and back to the accelerated unwinding of global monetary accommodation.



 

Fixed Income – U.S. Treasury Curve: What’s The Message, If Anything? – March 31, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · Fixed Income · Themes · 

The U.S. Treasury yield curve has become a topic of high interest once again, now that it has become flat beyond 2 years, with segments of the curve mildly inverting.



 

Global Fixed Income – The Fed Plays Catch-Up – March 30, 2022
 · Fixed Income · 

The sell-off in the global fixed-income market has been severe over the past several months, particularly for U.S. Treasurys.



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – Actions Speak Louder Than Words – March 25, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

Prior to March, the world economy, particularly the euro area, was accelerating, and this head of steam should largely remain intact, despite the uncertain near-run outlook.



 

Regional Equities – Post-War Performance Shifts Lie Ahead – March 24, 2022
 · Equities · 

The war in Ukraine is a near-term wildcard, but our expectation of an ongoing global economic recovery…



 

Economy – U.S.: Key Indicators – March 23, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

The narrowing U.S. 2/10 Treasury yield spread suggests that bond investors are concerned…



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – The Long-Awaited Return Of Rising Wages – March 18, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

We remain mildly pro-growth, in expectation that the economic fallout of the Russia-Ukraine war will prove temporary and modest, including in the most vulnerable euro area economy.



 

Emerging Markets – The Perfect Storm For Chinese Equities Will Pass – March 18, 2022
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Policy – U.S. Fed: Front Loaded Tightening Won’t Cut It – March 16, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · Uncategorized · 

This report updates our outlook for Fed policy following today’s FOMC meeting



 

Weekly Macro Strategy – A Wobbly Leg: Will The Global Economic Stool Remain Upright? – March 11, 2022
 · Weekly Macro Strategy · 

Near-run uncertainty will stay elevated until a lasting Ukraine ceasefire is in sight.



 

Policy – China Lays Out The Justification For More Stimulus – March 11, 2022
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Policy – ECB Rate Cycle: Still On Track – March 11, 2022
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Economy – U.S.: Will Higher Gasoline Prices Derail Consumption? – March 10, 2022
 · Economics & Policy · 

The impact of higher gasoline prices on U.S. consumer spending and concludes that the direct damage should be limited given the economy’s underlying solid momentum.



 

Webcast – Looking Beyond The 0-1 Geopolitical Bet – (10min:42sec) – March 9, 2022
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Peter Perkins discusses the outlook for capital markets and investment strategy for the next 6-12 months in the context of the Ukraine war.