Global Equity

Analysis and insight on the leading developed markets

 

Global Sector Valuation

 

A summary of global sector valuation by earnings, cash flow, and dividend yield segmented by the United States, Global Developed ex-US, and Emerging Markets.

  • The Showdown.

    The battle between the US and China continues unabated and the world feels the uncertainty. With few places to hide, politics will decide the economic outcome.

  • Risk without Reward.

    Trade wars conspire

    to slow global growth with demographics adding to the challenge in Europe and Japan.

    The world needs the US locomotive to steam ahead.

  • Fractured risk.

    The commodity cycle bust is rupturing the emerging markets into two groups: those who are dependent on commodities and those that are not.

  • Risk Up.

    Global equity risk is increasing, while a synchronized global growth slowdown continues. The question is how to position the portfolio.

  • Risky Business.

    A fundamentally strong economy competes against a volatile political environment, while the technology sector dominates the equity market.

  • Risk Off.

    Europe is slowing and Japan is dealing with uncertain trade dynamics. Constrained

    fiscal policy limits the choices.

Global Sector Dashboard

 

Interactive dashboards of global sectors with risk factor models, scenario analysis, and simulation.

Equity Factor Models

Global equity market integration provides increased return opportunities to investors, while reducing the benefits from country diversification. Discover how factor models can help diversify an investment portfolio.

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