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Wednesday, 1 June 2016

How should you trade the rest of 2016?

How should you trade the rest of 2016? After a horrible start to the year — and with Brexit, the U.S. Fed’s rate hike and more turbulence from China to come — the Financial Times asked top strategists and portfolio managers how to trade the rest of 2016. The paper also notes that this year’s best performing asset class has been Brent crude, up 32% since January, followed by gold (up 14%). MSCI Emerging Markets Equities are up just 2% YTD, but that handily beats European and Japanese equities, which are all in the red. Whether you’re trading actively or an armchair tycoon, you’ll want to read “Trades in 2016: the good, the bad and what comes next,” with nuggets from BlackRock, Fidelity, JPMorgan AM, GAM, Commerzbank and Citi, among others.

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