Global Perspectives

Market GPS Investment Outlook 2020

What are the most pressing issues facing investors globally and how will they evolve in the year ahead? Our asset class heads provide their views on the investment themes to watch in 2020.

Global Fixed Income Compass

Quarterly insight from our fixed income teams to help clients navigate the markets and opportunities ahead.

Global Dividend Index

The first of its kind, quarterly, long-term study into global dividend trends.

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Global technology 2020 outlook

Global technology 2020 outlook

Global Technology Portfolio Manager Denny Fish explains positive near-term developments for the tech sector and provides an update on how artificial intelligence, the cloud and the Internet of Things are reshaping the technology sector, and the global economy in the process.

Global Outlook 2020: A Tale of Two Halves

Global Outlook 2020: A Tale of Two Halves

Andrew Mulliner, Portfolio Manager within Global Bonds, believes 2020 will prove to be a year of two halves, with a rosier outlook likely later in the year.

Market GPS: A Soft Landing Should Support Fixed Income in 2020

Market GPS: A Soft Landing Should Support Fixed Income in 2020

In our view, the Federal Reserve’s accommodative stance should persist throughout 2020, helping sustain the expansion of the U.S. economy.

Market GPS: Keep a Close Watch on Corporate Earnings in 2020

Market GPS: Keep a Close Watch on Corporate Earnings in 2020

Focusing on companies with strong corporate earnings – and avoiding those with weak balance sheets – will be key to weathering volatility in 2020.

Global prospects 2020: a game of two halves

Global prospects 2020: a game of two halves

Andrew Mulliner, Portfolio Manager within Global bonds, believes that 2020 will prove to be a year of two halves with a rosier outlook likely later in the year. He cautions, however, that attractive opportunities might be harder to come by given downside risks such as a re-escalation of trade wars and uncertainty from the US elections.

Multi-asset 2020 outlook: Climbing the wall of worry

Multi-asset 2020 outlook: Climbing the wall of worry

Paul O’Connor, Head of the UK Multi-Asset Team, considers whether or not markets can continue to defy gravity in 2020, as we move into a post-stimulus era.

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Market GPS: Investors Should Expect the Unexpected in 2020

Ash Alankar reveals what surprises 2020 may have in store for markets, including a possible rebound in non-U.S. equities and an overdue rise in inflation.

Diversified Alternatives 2020 outlook: Out of the Goldilocks zone?

Will 2019 be considered the last hurrah? Could 2020 mark the beginning of a new era of volatility for global markets? David Elms, Head of Diversified Alternatives, gives some insight into where he sees the most attractive areas of opportunity, and what this might mean for investors.

Market GPS: Will Economic Growth Reaccelerate in 2020? SG

Market GPS: Will Economic Growth Reaccelerate in 2020? SG

Signs of a slight uptick in global economic growth next year are emerging. Should the growth materialize, we think stocks could benefit.

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Market GPS: Fed Policy to Cast Long Shadow over 2020

Market GPS: Fed Policy to Cast Long Shadow over 2020

Nick Maroutsos highlights what fixed income investors can expect in 2020 as the Fed’s near-term policy path remains far from certain.

Market GPS: The Outlook for Health Care Stocks in 2020

Market GPS: The Outlook for Health Care Stocks in 2020

After a volatile 2019, what can health care investors expect in the new year?

US-China opportunities – look beyond the trade war in 2020
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US-China opportunities – look beyond the trade war in 2020

The world’s two biggest trading nations continue to clash over trade, but does the domestic backdrop in China and the US provide any grounds for optimism?