The U.S. stock market rallied in May with the best return since January and the best for the month of May since 2009.
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It has been a long time coming but we have finally been given a wake-up call: the 10-year US Treasury bond yield has gone above 3%. So, now what?
The U.S. equity market closed slightly higher for April as corporate earnings continued to post strong first-quarter gains but in aggregate have so far been unrewarded with higher prices.
Volatility in global equity markets has continued to accelerate. Dueling trade tariffs between the U.S. and China have increased tensions between the two countries.
Judging by market reactions, talks of trade wars appear to be as dangerous as trade wars themselves.
Traditional asset classes have delivered robust returns over the last few years with exceptionally low volatilities. The outlook is less bright, however.
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