Economic & Market Perspectives: Half Full or Half Empty?

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Economic & Market Perspectives
September 2019
Matthew Peron
Half Full or Half Empty?
Matthew Peron, Chief Investment Officer
Paul Single, Managing Director, Senior Portfolio Manager
Steven Denike, Portfolio Strategy Analyst
Much of the extreme gloom of August has evaporated, and the market is once again seeing a "half-full" world. The saw-tooth pattern we've seen this year is typical of a late-cycle environment where uncertainty surrounding policy and mixed messages about the expansion's sustainability cause market sentiment to swing strongly between pessimism and optimism.
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