The third quarter was enough to make your head spin. The green light investors had in the first half flashed yellow at the start of Q3. Now, we see some red in that light after a roughly 50-basis point backup in the 10-year US Treasury yield, louder recession chatter followingRead More →

A solid first half helped the market shake off the drubbing it took at the end of last year. But the momentum is unlikely to last. Market performance in Q2 revolved around what could be false hopes for Federal Reserve (Fed) interest rate cuts combatting lingering global growth, inflation, tradeRead More →