UK residents took to the polls on June 23rd to determine whether the UK should remain in the European Union. Our London based experts discussed the outcome of the referendum vote. They deciphered the results and looked past the headlines to understand not only the immediate market reaction, but also the longer-term response and potential impacts to investment portfolios.
RecordedJun 24 201618 mins
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Interest rates and credit spreads have increased this year, but we expect those trends to reverse over the next year. Additionally, we think concerns about accelerating inflation are overblown. Jim McDonald explains.
Bob Browne, CFA, Northern Trust Chief Investment Officer
With the 10-year Treasury reaching 3% it’s understandable why advisors and clients are concerned about rates going forward. Here’s our take.
•Intermediate – short-term part of the yield curve
•High quality credit
•Purpose of bonds in portfolio
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