Fall 2019 Market Commentary
Fall 2019 Market Commentary

Fall 2019 Market Commentary

 

By:

William M. Giffin
William M. Giffin
Chief Executive Officer
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Kevin Rice
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Senior Investment Strategist
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Fall 2019 Market Commentary

Economic Outlook in a Market Marathon

In “Economic Outlook in a Market Marathon,” our most recent market commentary, we look at the events that impacted the performance of the market over the past three months and provide an outlook for what’s ahead.

Specifically, we consider:

  • Will the Federal Reserve cut rates again?
  • What exactly is the “Phase 1” trade agreement between China and the U.S., and how will it affect the economy?
  • Why is manufacturing sluggish? and;
  • How will Brexit and a potential impeachment process play out in the market?

 

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