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Market and Economic Insights

A year of wow

A year of wow

There may be a lot of changes that will surprise people in 2015. Expect the unexpected.

Feb. market update

Higher market volatility this year, oil winners and losers, foreign currency in flux.

Can growth continue?

Will deflationary growth shocks from Europe, China, and others jeopardize the U.S. market?

Q1 2015 market update

Divergent patterns around the globe will continue in 2015 and may spur more volatility.

The Markets and Economy

Q4 bond update

The collapse in crude oil prices sent a shock wave through the global financial markets.

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A 2015 muni outlook

Munis were among the top performers in 2014, but the expectations for 2015 are tempered.

Business Cycle Update

Feb. business cycle

Winners: U.S. consumer spending and profit margins. Losers: oil exporting countries.

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Dec. business cycle

The U.S. economy is sturdy, but global divergences may spur volatility in 2015.

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