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Monthly Archives: July 2016
Brexit is already showing its effects, starting with currency. The British pound has weakened notably since the Brexit vote and we expect some further weakening before stabilizing at 1.3 against the US dollar. Major effects of Brexit are also expected … Continue reading
Before the UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), the global economy was experiencing a deep structural transition. A more sustained and balanced economy was still achievable, despite low growth and low inflation during this process. However, with new … Continue reading
Marco Pirondini is Head of Equities, US and Portfolio Manager of global equity strategies. Equity performance this year has been driven by a flight to income in a post-Brexit, low interest rate, low growth environment. As a result, sectors that … Continue reading
Paresh Upadhyaya is Director of Currency Strategy, U.S. at Pioneer Investments. The UK’s vote to leave the EU will have global economic and financial consequences. During the initial days of uncertainty, global financial markets sold off sharply as markets were determining … Continue reading
While it has only been a week since the U.K. referendum vote, our featured contributor Gabriel Altbach, Pioneer’s Head of Global Strategy and Marketing, took a look at the preliminary fund flow data to see how investors and advisors were reacting.