The UK faces its most uncertain election in a generation. Who will rule Britannia and what does it mean for UK fiscal policy and asset prices?
Rick Rieder explains how the new global environment of divergent monetary policy is changing fixed income investing.
Chief Investment Strategist Russ Koesterich discusses the risks in the so-called momentum stocks as well as some that have been acting that way.
Jeff Rosenberg discusses the role Central Bank intervention may play in creating potential Black Swan events, or unpredictable surprises, in the fixed income market.
Investors are rediscovering a taste for Europe this year. Russ Koesterich discusses the outlook for the eurozone going forward, and whether the opportunities outweigh the risks.
While the U.S. has trouble clearing the high bar, low market expectations for other major developed economies are helping their stocks outperform. Russ Koesterich and his Investment Strategy Group explain how to play the expectations game.
Given the good returns in 2014, muni investors may expect continued success in 2015. Peter Hayes weighs in on how investors should manage their expectations and avoid pitfalls.
As European bond yields approach record lows, Jeff Rosenberg gives his outlook on how investors should approach this environment.
Peter Hayes shares his thoughts on what investors should expect from the municipal bonds market in the year ahead.
January represented a seamless continuation of 2014, but February brought more of what BlackRock s muni team expects in 2015: greater rate volatility and uneven returns.
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