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US Equities

US Equities

Our US equities strategies utilize Robeco’s core strength in quantitative investing to find the bests stocks. We can select stocks with a low volatility, use enhanced indexing as an alternative to passive and add our sustainable investing expertise as well. Robeco’s US affiliate company Boston Partners separately offers funds exclusively targeting the value factor.

Inflation fears and a more hawkish Fed spook markets
Inflation fears and a more hawkish Fed spook markets
Rising inflation that prompted the Fed to suggest faster tapering which may accelerate rate hikes has rattled markets.
08-12-2021 | Monthly outlook
Corporate profits boom sends stocks to new peaks
Corporate profits boom sends stocks to new peaks
Equities have shrugged off macro headwinds and hit record highs in the US thanks to strong corporate earnings.
05-11-2021 | Monthly outlook
The profits party peaks, but the aftermath looks benign
The profits party peaks, but the aftermath looks benign
Corporate earnings which have soared in the Covid-19 recovery are now flattening out.
07-09-2021 | Monthly outlook
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