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Fed Thoughts: Wait Until Dark
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart explains his outlook for Fed action when the "lights go out."
Economics and Markets Update: Into Thin Air
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart discusses his views on the Fed’s steady climb.
Fed Thoughts: A Narrow Lane
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart explains the lack of excitement about the recent Fed meeting and digests the bank's narrow lane.
Economic and Market Observations Update: October Fright Fest
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart reviews a recent slasher movie - Global Equity Markets in October.
Economic and Market Observations: Trump, Trade, Twisters, and Trailer Parks
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart reveals his expectations for the global economy and markets.
Fed Thoughts: Stargazing in the Mountains
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart contemplates the next Fed moves.
When will Technological Progress Show Up in Productivity Statistics?
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart addresses slow productivity growth despite technological progress.
Bond Market Observations: Beam Them Up, Scotty
The Active Fixed Income Investment Committee discuss the Federal Reserve's plodding course and outline avenues to live long and prosper.
Fed Thoughts: Lattice Work
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart discusses the implications from the Fed's lattice work.
Fed Thoughts: Passive Aggressive
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart outlines the challenges facing Chair Powell in continuing to climb the Yellen staircase.
Global Macro Views
Calculating the global macroeconomic trajectory has recently become more complicated; we share our outlook.
Capital Inflow Bonanzas: An Update on an Old Theme
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart explores the impact of capital inflow bonanzas on asset prices.
Bond Market Observations: Conviction and the Courage that Comes with Coupon
We share our views on the medium-term cross currents in the bond market.
Field Notes: Observing the International Bureaucrat
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart reveals the synchronous global expansion is more like a Great Convergence.
Fed Thoughts: Zombie Apocalypse
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart highlights why a zombie apocalypse may seem more likely than a Fed rate hike in May.
Global Macro Views
Despite tariffs and volatility, the world still turned reliably on its off-centered axis.
Pass the Popcorn, Mr. President
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart doesn't expect a significant impact from trade wars, but dramatic headlines will likely persist.
Fed Thoughts: Back to the Future?
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart sees a strong Fed tightening pace, which he believes should go smoothly as long as the Fed doesn’t overreact.
Bond Market Observations: Groundhog Day
The Active Fixed Income Investment Committee provides their thoughts and views on the February bond market.
Fed Thoughts: Welcome to the Job, Jay
When Federal Chair Powell opens a crisis management handbook, he will learn the first rule about a significant asset price move.
Bond Market Observations: Déjà vu, All Over Again
The Active Fixed Income Investment Committee provides their thoughts and views on the current state of the bond market.
Fed Thoughts: Interregnum
Chief Economist Reinhart’s thoughts on the upcoming FOMC Meeting.
Bond Market Observations: Jingle, Jingle, Jingle
Recent activity data is upbeat, consumers appear confident, and meaningful fiscal impetus seems in motion in the US and, perhaps, elsewhere.
Fed Thoughts: Song of the Thin Man
Chief Economist Reinhart’s views on the upcoming FOMC meeting.
Global Macro Views
The Global Macro Committee offers an upbeat take on the global economy.
Collateral Consequences, Capital Flows, and Commodity Prices
Chief Economist Vincent Reinhart discusses the effects of recent unconventional central bank policies.
Bond Market Observations: Pilgrims' Progress?
Economic growth in advanced economies is broadly in sync and mostly outstrips that of potential output, adding to cost pressures.
Eight Investment Themes For Global Growth
The US Small Cap Growth team evaluates investment themes for the coming years.