'Markets will need to get used to this'
Fed moves, polarised politics and a "tech cold war"
In recent weeks, investors have fixated on the inversion of several sovereign yield curves, most notably the US Treasury curve.
Despite low global growth expectations
Preparing for the worst despite upbeat sentiment
Value areas may catch up on market pivot
Economic and investor implications
Analysts remain cautiously optimistic
Risk assets 'can provide positive returns'
More thought and selectivity required from investors
Bear markets more common than investors think
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QE facilitated transfer of risk
Expect an average TSR of 5.6% over the next three years
UK equities also unpopular
US rates heading below 0%
Fell by $4trn since January 2018
The US economy is on its way to experiencing the longest growth cycle in history. The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates eight times since December 2015 in an effort to normalise monetary policy, and this has fuelled the debate about when the cycle...
De-risks in favour of US Treasuries
Fitch Solutions survey of 300 asset managers
Asset class correlation still remains close to average
Brexit fears at home and away
Barclays Smart Investor takes a look at markets