Should interest rates continue to climb at a more moderate pace, EM stocks may rebound and rise alongside bond yields, as they have done historically.
The spike in U.S. Treasury bond yields sent ripples throughout global markets.
U.S. stocks fell sharply Thursday as Treasury bond yields rose.
Looking at the latest economic data reveals V-shaped recoveries in many goods-based indicators; while services has more catch-up to do.
China’s growth for 2021 appears strong, but February holds key developments that could impact this outlook, including stock delistings, trade, and COVID-19.
Economic recovery is broadly expected as COVID-19 vaccinations accelerate, but improvement has yet to be seen.
Although a modest rise in inflation may lift longer-term bond yields, investors can take steps to navigate the changes.
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