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  1. BLOG

    What Yield-Curve Inversions Have Meant For Markets 

    Apr 5, 2019 Alfredo Bequillard

    Equity Themes , Economic Exposure , Fixed Income

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    Inversion of the yield curve has historically been a reliable indicator that a recession is coming. But what has it implied for stock prices and Treasury rates?

  2. BLOG

    Don’t confuse capital growth and asset-value growth 

    Mar 21, 2019 Niel Harmse

    Economic Exposure , Real Estate Investing , Global Investing

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    Measuring real estate growth is not a simple exercise; we run through it highlighting some common confusions

  3. BLOG

    Are Subprime Auto Loans at a Tipping Point? 

    Mar 4, 2019 Joy Zhang , Yini Yang

    Models/Client Cases , Economic Exposure , Fixed Income

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    Investors and the media have lately turned their attention to credit risk in U.S. subprime automotive lending — concerns that increased during the recent market volatility.

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    Brexit and the risks of home bias 

    Jan 11, 2019 Jean-Maurice Ladure

    Economic Exposure , Global Investing

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    Every so often, a country can be hit by a negative event — a tidal wave, a terrorist attack, a political uproar.

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    Can investors win a U.S.-China trade war? 

    Jul 3, 2018 Anil Rao

    Equity Themes , Economic Exposure , Global Investing , Integrated Risk Management

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    With new tariffs in effect as of July 6, we investigate our earlier assertion that “while an expanded trade war could lead to a ‘lose-lose’ outcome, there could be greater impact for stocks in the U.S. Overall, they are more exposed to the Chinese economy than the other way around.”

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    Winners and losers of a U.S.-China trade war 

    Apr 17, 2018 Zhen Wei

    Economic Exposure , Factor Indexes , Global Investing

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    The question of who wins or loses a U.S.-China trade war has more than two possible answers. While much of the analysis has focused on China’s heavier reliance on exports to the U.S., American companies (and those who invest in them) actually have greater revenue exposure to China than the other way around. In fact, 5.1% of the revenues of companies in the MSCI USA Index come from China and may be at risk as a result of a trade war. In comparison, only 2.8% of the revenues of the companies in the MSCI China Index come from the U.S.

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    What might U.S. trade barriers mean for global equities? 

    Dec 2, 2016 Chin Ping Chia

    Economic Exposure

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    Emerging market equities underperformed U.S. stocks by 7.2 percentage points (as of Nov. 30) following Donald Trump’s election as president, based partly on the expectation that the president-elect is likely to pursue a series of protectionist policies that could hurt many export-dependent emerging nations. Stocks in developed economies (ex-U.S.) also underperformed those in the U.S., albeit by a smaller margin (3.8 percentage points).

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    Why economic exposure matters 

    Jul 21, 2016 Dimitris Melas

    Economic Exposure

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    Investors with global portfolios need to know where the companies they invest in are domiciled. It is equally important, however, for them to know where those companies earn their revenue. Data from MSCI shows that the geographic distribution of companies’ revenues can have a significant impact on their stock prices.

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    ECONOMIC EXPOSURE IN GLOBAL INVESTING 

    Jul 8, 2015 Remy Briand

    Economic Exposure

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    As companies expand their footprint globally, the geographic distribution of their revenues evolves over time and their economic exposures may diverge from their country of domicile and primary listing. We believe that this raises a critical issue for institutional investors.

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