The U.S. China Trade Deal "Paradox"
Eighteen months into the Trade War, The U.S. and China just signed a phase one deal at the White House. President Trump called it a "momentous step" and China agreed to buy an additional $200 billion of U.S. goods over the next two years. Still, tariffs remain on the table and it's only a partial agreement between the world's two largest economies. Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist Kristina Hooper tells Asset TV this trade deal is a bit of a paradox - both inconsequential yet extremely important.
Kevin O'Leary Says Avoid This Common Mistake
Shark Tank star and O'Shares ETFs Chairman Kevin O'Leary weighs in on the China Trade War, the 2020 election, and international opportunities. Mr. Wonderful also shares his investment recommendations for the new year, reveals Vladamir Putin's watch, and warns consumers to avoid one common mistake.
The Transition Away from Libor
Connie Fischer, Co-Head of Investment Sectors, and Brian Smedley, Head of Macroeconomic and Investment Research, explain the challenges of moving from Libor, and what Guggenheim is doing to prepare. Read our whitepaper
How we're pursuing winners in today's environment
Today’s environment of low — even negative — interest rates can present a challenge to equity investors. Equity investment director David Polak discusses how Capital Group’s investment professionals are addressing this challenge and opportunities they are discovering.
Margaret Vitrano on WealthTrack
The Large Cap Growth Portfolio Manager joins Consuelo Mack for a wide-ranging discussion of the economic risks confronting equity investors, the team's diversified approach to constructing growth portfolios and the importance of risk management in promoting downside protection and consistent, long-term results.
Protracted Downturn or "Muddle-Through"?
AB Market Strategist, Richard Brink, shares insights about the opportunities and challenges on the horizon for capital markets. It's late(r) in the cycle - What's next for investors?
Casualties of the Trade War
Brian Smedley, Head of the Macroeconomic and Investment Research Group, shares insights on the impact trade policy has on U.S. and global economic growth potential. Read Global CIO Outlook: The Fed's Sugar High
US Trade Blacklist Hits Chipmakers
The US Commerce Department added 28 Chinese companies and public security bureaus on its blacklist. The action prevents firm from purchasing components from American firms without government approval.
Catalyzing Markets to Achieve SDGs
Jeff Gitterman, co-founding partner of Gitterman Wealth Management, LLC, considers the role that public and private markets play by catalyzing markets for achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The Orbital Perspective: Embracing Pillars to Accomplish SDGs
Ron Garan, former NASA astronaut and Co-founder of 5th Element Group, discusses the bigger picture for society and focuses on the reality of economic dependency on the planet.
Wall Street Gyrates on Uncertainty
Global markets gyrated as the implications of political developments were considered on both sides of the Atlantic. As the United Nations General Assembly got underway, concerns about an extended US-China trade war and slowing global growth weighed on sentiment.
Fed Injects Liquidity into Money Markets
The stress in the overnight lending markets led the Federal Reserve to inject funds into the system for four consecutive sessions. While the root cause of market strains is debated, Fed Chair Powell downplayed any impact on the economy.