Russell Investments’ Senior Investment Strategist, Wouter Sturkenboom reviews the initial French presidential election results and gives his views on what to expect from eurozone markets in the days ahead.
Senior Quantitative Investment Strategy Analyst Kara Ng reviews key economic indicators in the U.S. and if a potential recession in the economy is still unlikely.
Managing Director, Investment Practice Adam Goff believes that an investment strategy, when dynamically managed, using cycle, value and sentiment as a way to examine opportunities, is more likely to help investors achieve their intended outcome.
Are you using the whole pension toolbox? See what large plan sponsors are up to in this latest blog post from Bob Collie.
Active AND passive. The case for both. Russell Investments Global CIO Jeff Hussey explains.
Key points from Russell Investments’ latest Global Market Outlook: See what their strategists believe is ahead for global markets in 2017.
Our global team of investment strategists warn that investor expectations have run ahead of market fundamentals in the global equity markets. They maintain a call for caution as inflated expectations for global growth and U.S. fiscal policy drive markets higher, despite looming global economic headwinds.
The value of the US dollar is a key player across global economies & markets. How is the value shifting and what might it mean for investors?
Russell Investments’ Senior Investment Strategist, Wouter Sturkenboom explores geopolitical risks through the three building blocks of our investment process: Cycle, Value and Sentiment.
Emerging Markets rebound after post-election "Trump slump," indicating that Trump’s economic policies may benefit some emerging markets countries and assets.