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Best economic links of the web 2018
Best economic links of the web 2018

On the weakening outlook for High Yield

11-06-2018
How realistic are return expectations, really?
How realistic are return expectations, really?
Equities and real estate can structurally deliver returns in excess of economic growth, but within limits, says Robeco investor Lukas Daalder.
08-02-2018 | Monthly outlook
Stop whining about the US yield curve
Stop whining about the US yield curve
Talk of an inverted US yield curve flagging a recession is completely misplaced, says Robeco investor Lukas Daalder.
09-01-2018 | Monthly outlook
Secular stagnation is a stagnating theory
Secular stagnation is a stagnating theory
Is secular stagnation for real?
22-09-2017 | 5-Year outlook
The future of the euro: to integrate or disintegrate?
The future of the euro: to integrate or disintegrate?
The euro’s future may better lie with further integration rather than disintegration, our five-year outlook believes.
19-09-2017 | 5-Year outlook
Longer-term Expected Returns
Longer-term Expected Returns
18-09-2017 | 5-Year outlook
5-year Expected Returns: coming of age
5-year Expected Returns: coming of age
18-09-2017 | 5-Year outlook
Who's afraid of a recession?
Who's afraid of a recession?
We expect a mild recession somewhere during the next 5 years, but there will be no secular stagnation.
18-09-2017 | 5-Year outlook
Picking up pennies in front of a steamroller
Picking up pennies in front of a steamroller
The investment environment has become like ‘picking up pennies in front of a steamroller’, says Robeco’s Lukas Daalder.
12-06-2017 | Monthly outlook
Forget China - it’s the US that really moves markets
Forget China - it’s the US that really moves markets
Chinese growth fears and Middle East tensions caused equity markets to open the new year with significant falls – but it is the US that investors should focus on, says Robeco’s Lukas Daalder.
05-01-2016 | Insight
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