Global stocks rebound: what's next?



Carmel Wellso and the US-based Global Research Team give their views on equity markets in the latest edition of Global Sector Views.
Key takeaways:
• The strong performance of global stocks in early 2019 was largely due to the Federal Reserve's decision to slow the pace of monetary tightening

• With rate hikes now on hold in the US and many other countries, conditions are supportive of equities - so long as the global economy can remain on solid footing

• Based on discussions with corporate management teams, progress made on US-China trade negotiations and signals from macroeconomic indicators, growth could moderate in 2019, but still be positive

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