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GOLDMAN SACHS: Record-high uncertainty about the global economy is squashing the chances of a stock-market comeback, but 2 sectors will help investors thrive no matter what
Uncertainty about the global economy has reached a record high, according to a 20-country index.
This development doesn't bode well for the stock-market comeback that bulls have been waiting for.
In light of this, equity strategists at Goldman Sachs identified two sectors of the market and nearly a dozen US stocks that should withstand further weakness in the global economy.
Investors hate uncertainty, and right now there are more unnerving questions than answers popping up everywhere they...
It's not just stocks: the global housing market is in for a rough patch, which has turned ugly for many homeowners and investors from Vancouver to London, with markets in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia already showing increased signs of softening.
Macro factors have triggered a global economic slowdown that is unraveling luxury marketplaces worldwide, according to Bloomberg. As a result, a turning point has been reached, with home prices globally now under pressure, and rising mortgage...