The Timing Of The Next Recession

If the Fed keeps raising rates in line with the “dots,” monetary policy will move into restrictive territory by early 2019. The good news is that today’s economic imbalances are not as formidable as those that existed in the lead-up to the past few recessions. The bad news is that cracks are starting to form – the U.S. commercial real estate sector warrants monitoring. Remain overweight global equities for now, but look to significantly pare back exposure next summer.

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Populism Blues: How And Why Social Instability Is Coming To America

The U.S. is experiencing a surge in populism because of an intense disconnect between elites and the masses. Elites have captured American institutions, making compromise and reform unlikely without a shock to the system. President Donald Trump identified this crisis, but his policies – at this early stage – do not suggest he will alleviate the core problems of popular well-being. With a recession on the horizon in 2019, we expect socio-political instability to rise ahead of the 2020 election.

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