2018 Midyear Global Outlook
What’s in store for the second half of 2018? Get the Ivy Investments team’s views in our Global Midyear Outlook.
OPEC is boosting output, U.S. shale oil production is growing again, emerging markets are demanding more energy – where might oil prices go from here? Watch the highlights as Ivy’s energy investment team’s discusses key issues and opportunities.
What’s in store for the second half of 2018? Get the Ivy Investments team’s views in our Midyear Global Outlook.
China’s omission of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its vast list of U.S. products that face hefty import duties has preserved a potential weapon should the trade war with Washington deepen, reports Reuters.
Investors focused on short-term issues may be missing a larger picture. We believe emerging markets – while volatile at times – will continue to offer potential opportunities in the foreseeable future.
We believe Japanese small cap equities are far less exposed to shaky global trade dynamics and currency fluctuations than their large cap counterparts. Take a look at our top-five reasons that make them a compelling addition to an international small cap portfolio.
For years, China has been the world’s biggest importer of used plastic, buying 106 million tons of old bags, bottles, wrappers and containers annually, according to Bloomberg. So last year, when the country announced it would cease buying the world’s trash, other governments knew they had a problem, but were unsure how big of a problem.