Winter 2020 Market Commentary
Winter 2020 Market Commentary

Winter 2020 Market Commentary

 

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William M. Giffin
William M. Giffin
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Winter 2020 Market Commentary

WHAT MAY TIP THE SCALE?

Trade wars, a decline in global manufacturing, and the possibility of a recession weighed on economies in 2019, although central bank rate cuts and resilient consumers provided a positive stock market counterbalance.

Unlike 2018, where almost every major asset class declined, in 2019 every asset class climbed higher. In the Winter Market Commentary we ask: “What may tip the scale?

  • Will ongoing trade uncertainty and weakened manufacturing hurt job growth?
  • Will a geopolitical event, the impeachment trial or the U.S. election cause the markets to fall?
  • Or, will interest rate cuts and a resolution of the trade war spark a fresh round of global economic growth and cause the markets to rise?

In this commentary we review the issues that we believe could tip the scale and provide our insights on how they will impact the markets.

 

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