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There is still plenty of slack in the economy, despite unemployment rates holding steady, which means The Federal Reserve can keep rates low for longer.
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There may be similarities between the economic crises in emerging market countries in 1997 and today, but crucial differences make the current turmoil less worrisome, Vanguard experts say.
Although it may be tempting to link debt levels to default, historic examples of debt crises in Russia and Argentina show that many factors can influence credit risk—and cap-weighted indexes capture all of them.
Investors who focus too much on what's happening in the bond market may miss the latest developments in stock market valuations or overlook the value of rebalancing.
The Federal Reserve is going to be led by a remarkable economist, but Janet Yellen still faces challenges. Policy will evolve, says Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis.
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