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Global Rebalancing

U.S. ports see import gain

Imports surged at the nation’s ports in January, buoyed by a postelection swell in consumer confidence, retailer restocking after the holidays and a strong dollar that made imported goods cheaper, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Ivy Live

Technology trends: CES and beyond

3D printing, autonomous driving and virtual reality are just a few of the innovative technologies to watch in 2017. Watch the February Ivy Live as we discuss notable trends to consider in client portfolios.

Portfolio Perspectives

An income fund focused on earnings growth

Ivy Mid Cap Income Opportunities Fund

For most of calendar year 2016, the market favored equity strategies focused on high-dividend yields. However, the market changed direction after the U.S. election, when investors re-embraced risk and adopted a more pro-growth, pro-cyclical investment stance.

Global Rebalancing

Ultra low-cost airlines no longer interested in crossing the pond

For at least a decade, Ryanair Holdings Plc CEO Michael O’Leary dreamed about coming to America, bringing the Irish carrier’s insanely low fares to the other side of the pond, reports Bloomberg. A leader among ultra low-cost airlines, Ryanair had global ambitions.

Raw Materials & Resources

China forecasts corn imports at decade low

According to Reuters, China’s recent forecast of a drop in corn imports to their lowest in at least a decade may end a years-long bonanza for global merchants and producers as maize prices in the world’s biggest grains market have dropped below global prices.