Was this week’s big sell-off in emerging markets expected?
With April’s U.S. non-farm payroll report coming in less than consensus, does this alter the likelihood of a June interest rate hike by the Fed? And how does this align with Russell Investments’ U.S. economic outlook?
Europe and China’s markets were slowed by marginally weaker data this week – what’s the outlook for investors?
Investment Strategist Paul Eitelman takes a look at three key economic indicators from China this week and whether a six percent economic growth target is sustainable.
As consumer confidence and retail spending ticked down, is consumer income growth enough to boost the U.S. economic outlook for the remainder of 2016? For more on our U.S. economic outlook, be sure to read our updated 2016 market outlook?
Earnings season has begun in the U.S. Would sluggish earnings indicate potential opportunities for investors in European equities?
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi reaffirmed the central bank’s low-inflation fight across the eurozone this week amid tepid economic news. What do investors need to know?
The “Fed speak” this week indicated a cautious and gradual approach to interest rate hikes. How does this align with Russell Investments’ updated 2016 market outlook?
China’s total Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) and Manufacturing PMI both edged above 50 this week, reaffirming views that China’s economy will experience a “soft landing” as it emerges from recent economic stress.