As investors, we know the world is more interconnected than ever before. Social media allows us to connect with people from all over the globe: Zoom enables seamless video communication anywhere there is a data connection: Apple and Google have created platforms that put endless amounts of information at our fingertips. However, even with this connectivity, many investors stay rooted in their home country's stock investments.
Watch as MAP explains what happened over the weekend with China's reforms in its Private Education industry and the implications going forward.
Watch MAP President and CIO Michael Dzialo discuss how we view the economy, our outlook on inflation, and other secular trends impacting the market.
For decades, Americans have enjoyed falling prices for cars, electronics and furniture. Until the Covid-19 pandemic, that is. For the past year, prices for durable goods have been rising—and not just by a little. Whether those prices come back down is a key part of the puzzle facing the Federal Reserve as it plots how to handle an unexpectedly strong burst of inflation.