Understanding the Consequences of Brexit: The Known, The Likely and The Unknown
One week after the historic Brexit referendum, the market – and investors – are struggling to understand the consequences of the “Leave” vote. Join us as Bob Browne, Northern Trust Chief Investment Officer, and our team of investment experts examine the known, likely and unknown consequences of the vote – and, more importantly, discuss the implications for investors.
RecordedJun 30 201660 mins
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Peter Yi, CFA - Director, Short Duration Fixed Income
Over the last 10 years, investors have become conditioned to believe cash investments, such as money market funds, were simply a return of principle rather than a return on principal. But times are changing. Peter Yi explains.
The prospect of the Federal Reserve raising rates recently got a reaction from President Donald Trump. This broke a 40-year tradition of U.S. presidents not commenting on monetary policy. Bob Browne gives our take.
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.
Global markets have reacted negatively to the heated trade environment and are concerned about the possibility of an all-out trade war. Senior Investment Strategist, Lincoln Ellis discusses what this could mean for investors.
Michael Hunstad, Ph.D. - Head of Quantitative Strategies
U.S. small cap stocks have been showing strong performance. Head of Quantitative Strategies Michael Hunstad explores what is driving the returns, and if it is signaling the resurgence of the small size premium.
Michael Hunstad, PhD, Head, Quantitative Strategies, and Jordan Dekhayser, CFA, Equity Strategist, Northern Trust
Northern Trust Asset Management’s quantitative research group has performed comprehensive analysis on 300+ institutional portfolios, and they often find the same problem: dilution of material equity exposure is causing portfolios to underperform. In this session, we will take a deep dive into the root cause of common dilution outcomes at the portfolio and strategy level, and what you can do to fix it.
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