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U.S. inflation picks up steam—Is a December rate hike likely?

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. This week, we are

November 20, 2017 Categories: Market Updates

What’s behind the recent surge in oil prices?

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. In the latest

Nov 13, 2017 Categories: Market Updates

UK Rate Hike, Trump’s Pick for Fed Chair and U.S. October Jobs Report

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. In the latest

Nov 6, 2017 Categories: Market Updates

ECB announces cuts to bond-buying program: Why did markets stay calm?

Market Week in Review is a weekly market update on global investment news in a quick five-minute video format. It gives you easy access to some of our top investment strategists. Our experts will keep you informed of key market events and provide you with an easy-to-understand outlook on the week ahead. Subscribe to receive

Oct 30, 2017 Categories: Market Updates
Responsible Investing – why, what and the how

Responsible Investing – why, what and how?

Why is responsible investing a hot topic? What’s the difference between SRI and ESG? Can non-financial and financial goals co-exist? Russell Investments discuss the why, the what and the how of responsible investing.     Whether you’ve seen it referred to as SRI (socially responsible investing), ESG investing (environmental, social and governance) or just plain

Aug 24, 2017 Categories: Investment Strategy, Market Updates
Top 10 books to read this summer, 2017

Top 10 books to read this summer: 2017

Summer is here which means it’s time to rustle up a reading list. We asked our experts from across the globe to recommend their must-have books for the holiday season. Whether you want an old classic, a financial read or to delve into history – our experts at Russell Investments have got you covered.  

Aug 11, 2017 Categories: Market Updates

Emerging Markets: Finding value through specialists and dynamic management

Are you giving emerging markets the attention they deserve? We believe emerging markets deserve at least as much time and effort as developed market allocations. The longer-term growth projection (in GDP, population and consumption) shows that by 2025, emerging markets may represent over 45% of global consumption.1 Many multi-asset portfolios could benefit from this kind

May 4, 2017 Categories: Market Updates, Markets

Italian referendum and global markets: What’s next in 2017

‘Once more unto the breach’. We imagine financial markets feel similar to the troops in Shakespeare’s King Henry the Fifth, after the ‘no’ vote in the Italian referendum on constitutional reform. Political events and the markets: The dangers of overreacting In a year full of political upsets, markets have to once more overcome uncertainty. With

Dec 5, 2016 Categories: Market Updates, Multi-asset

Quarterly Fixed Income Survey: Life with Trump

News of a Trump Presidency sparked a rise in government bond yields that reverberated around the fixed income world. At this pivotal moment, our first Global Fixed Income Survey took the temperature of a wide range of fixed income markets, based on the views of around 150 responses from specialist bond managers across different segments.

Nov 30, 2016 Categories: Uncategorized

U.S. elections 2016: Trump wins White House. Markets react with a selloff.

U.S. voters wanted change. They got it. Unless there is a recount surprise, as of now, it appears likely we will have Donald Trump as the next American president. In September, we wrote about the erosion of the middle class, especially in key rust belt states. Even with the aggregate economic gains during Obama’s presidency,

Nov 9, 2016 Categories: Investment, Markets

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