Newsletter | June 2016
- Firm Update
- Market Moves
- Capital Markets Update
- Performance Update
- A unique opportunity to invest in an alternative asset class that is uncorrelated with financial markets
- Presidential Election: Expect the Unexpected to Become More Conventional
- FOMC Meeting: The Long and Short (Term) of It
- Federal Reserve Leaves Rates Unchanged, Dials Back Long-Term Outlook
- The Dawn of Brexit –Implications for Fixed Income and Currencies
- Brexit Impact
The Dawn of Brexit - Implications for Fixed Income and Currencies
Investment Talks | July 6, 2016
The UK’s vote to leave the EU will have global economic and financial consequences. During the initial days of uncertainty, global financial markets sold off sharply as markets were determining whether Brexit was a regional or global shock to the world economy.
A Fork in the Road for Europe: Investing
CIO Letter | June 30, 2016
A few days after the Brexit vote, which caught most people by surprise, us included, we believe that there are two questions which really matter for investors: 1) will policymakers succeed in stabilizing a violent, negative market reaction in the shortterm? And 2) what will happen to the process of European integration and to the European Union, as we got to know it, in the medium to long-term?
US Presidential Election: Expect the Unexpected to Become More Conventional
Perspectives | June 9, 2016
“Expect the unexpected” was the mantra political pundits used to describe this year’s volatile and turbulent primary season. However, as we pivot to the general election, I expect that the presidential race is likely to turn much more conventional.