Our strategists discuss whether the optimism in the markets can last or will political realities could disrupt the market rally.
Isabelle Mateos y Lago puts China in context, showing just how important it has become
Despite political noise surrounding tax reform, we remain constructive on municipal bonds over the long term.
Isabelle sees bond market concerns about a possible victory by populist Marine Le Pen as
Our strategists discuss why the current market dynamics appear supportive for value companies as well as areas that are geared ...
Richard Turnill explains why sentiment on China has become positive, as well as its market implications.
Jeff Rosenberg takes down his recommendation on emerging market (EM) debt to “neutral" after this year's big rally.
An overly cautious approach may mean missing out on fresh returns from the world's second-largest economy. Kate explains.
Heidi discusses the case for Eurozone equities, despite the abundance of political uncertainties.
While financials overall seem poised to benefit from Fed tightening and lighter regulation, regional banks may be particularly ...
Jean explains what our new China GPS economic indicator can tell us about the outlook for China's role in global growth.
Richard explains why we are upgrading European equities to overweight and downgrading emerging market debt to neutral over the ...
Russ Koesterich discusses why Japan is still worth a look.
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Opportunities and risks with rising inflation and stronger growth.
ETF investment ideas to help you get buttoned-up in 2017.
Turning insights from BlackRock's 2017 Outlook into investable actions.
Investors should think of emerging markets as individual countries with distinct opportunities.
Implications of the election results for your portfolio.
Heidi Richardson and Maria Heyaca discuss areas of opportunities in emerging Asia.
How investors could benefit from the potential increase in infrastructure spending.
Why India is at a crossroads – and our constructive long-term outlook.
Emerging market bonds may present an opportunity in today's low-yield world.
We discuss why we see further potential upside for EM and ways to potentially capture the trend.
We remain in a low-yield environment. But opportunities do exist.