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Janus Henderson

October 11, 2019

Advisors Need to Bring Clients’ Kids into the Conversation

Parents are looking for guidance on how to talk to their children about money. Retirement Director Ben Rizzuto explains how advisors can address this need while establishing themselves as the family’s primary wealth manager – all without putting their other client relationships at risk.

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Wells Fargo Asset Management

October 10, 2019

Going Global

The global investment grade credit universe (GIGC) far exceeds local submarkets in size and scope and a GIGC strategy may unlock value through diversification and currency inefficiencies.

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The Hammerstone Group

October 10, 2019

Early Look: Thursday, October 10, 2019

Stock futures are little changed in the U.S. following mixed reports of the long-anticipated trade meeting between America and China, causing volatile trading in Asia and Europe overnight. Bloomberg News reported last night that the White House may implement a previously-agreed-upon currency deal with China ahead of schedule, and suspend tariff hikes scheduled to take effect next week.

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Global X ETFs

October 9, 2019

Q3 Review and Outlook: Red Light or Yellow

The third quarter was enough to make your head spin. The green light investors had in the first half flashed yellow at the start of Q3. Now, we see some red in that light after a roughly 50-basis point backup in the 10-year US Treasury yield, louder recession chatter following an inversion of the yield curve, a major rotation to defensive sectors and leadership shifting to value. Add politics to the lengthy list of Q4 uncertainties and it’s no wonder investors may feel a little dizzy.

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BMO Global Asset Management

October 3, 2019

October 2019 Fixed Income Market Update

Receding trade tensions and expectations of further monetary policy easing globally were in focus in September as global data continued to weaken, while U.S. economic data quietly improved.Despite U.S. tariffs on $125 billion worth of Chinese goods as well as Chinese tariffs on $75 billion of U.S. goods taking effect on the first of the month, overall trade tensions eased in September.

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The Hammerstone Group

September 26, 2019

Early Look: Thursday, September 26, 2019

Stocks futures in the U.S. are moving higher, following strong gains on Wednesday and overnight advances in both Asia and Europe, as signs of easing trade tensions with China outweighed political drama in Washington. President Donald Trump suggested a trade deal with China was possible and showed signs of moving toward a pact with Japan.

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