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Nov 13, 2017 | Jean-Philippe Bry
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As part of Signature?s continuing effort to keep you and your clients updated with what we are seeing in the global economy, we wanted to share with you a brief video from Drummond Brodeur and J.P. Bry where they discuss key insights from J.P.?s recent European tour. Among the topics discussed are signs of growth in the Eurozone, European monetary policy, the influence of populism, Brexit, and the emergence of regional European champions to better compete with rivals in North America and Asia.... read more

Nov 06, 2017 | Naman Agarwal
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Low interest rates have propelled a search for yield and rotation into higher-yielding emerging market (EM) debt, resulting in record inflows into the asset class.... read more

Oct 20, 2017 | Geofrey Marshall
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Oct 10, 2017 | Kamyar Hazaveh
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The separation of investing into benchmark (beta) and value-add (alpha) is the foundation of institutional portfolio management.... read more

Sep 29, 2017 | Gorlen Zhou
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Many economists express doubts about China's ability to move up the value chain to attain the status of a higher-income economy, especially since China started losing its competitiveness in light manufacturing to other emerging countries. Chinese policymakers have themselves questioned whether China could break out of the so-called middle-income trap.... read more

Sep 08, 2017 | Drummond Brodeur
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As summer wraps up and students head back to school, the Signature team is pleased to offer their own educational series. Back to School is a collection of videos that provide current views on the markets, from credit and rates to FX, commodities and equities. Watch these videos to gain valuable global insights from Signature?s sector specialists and portfolio managers.... read more

Aug 23, 2017 | Goshen Benzaquen
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The wave of unconventional monetary policy accommodation that followed the global financial crisis gave rise to a pronounced easing in financial conditions, particularly in those economies with less vulnerable financial systems at the time.... read more