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  • Jul
    29
    2014

    Annual Market Commentary - Second Quarter 2014

    Economies around the world continued to show signs of improvement in the third quarter of 2013, overcoming market volatility around the U.S. Federal Reserve’s next moves, the possibility of military intervention in Syria (in the early part of the quarter) and on-going woes in emerging markets. While positive developments were most notable in the U.S. and Japan, Europe also witnessed some signs of stabilisation and the U.K. appeared to be on an unexpectedly strong growth trajectory.

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  • Jul
    24
    2014

    The Ongoing Conflict in Eastern Ukraine

    The situation in eastern Ukraine has continued to deteriorate, and resolution remains a long way off. It’s not yet clear if the recent downing of a civilian aircraft will serve to escalate or de-escalate the conflict. Our Funds remain well diversified, and both SEI and its managers are watching developments closely.

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  • Jul
    17
    2014

    Japan: Value Trap or Opportunity

     Japanese equity markets have stalled following a strong rally in 2013. The short-term outlook for Japanese equities is generally positive, but faces challenges. We are optimistic on the long-term prospects for Japan and are evaluating the opportunities.

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  • Jul
    16
    2014

    Behavioural Finance: Rules of Thumb and Representativeness

     The discipline of investing has many “rules of thumb” that often lead investors astray.Representativeness can be defined as, “What are the odds that A belongs to category B?” By assuming all investment opportunities are new and unique we can avoid the representativeness heuristic.

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  • Jul
    11
    2014

    Second Quarter 2014 Market and Performance Update

    Uneven worldwide economic growth has resulted in global monetary policy at various stages of ebb and flow. Global inflation pressures may begin to weigh on accommodative central banking. Most developed-market equities continue to see earnings growth. A turnaround in Europe is one of the keys to global market performance in the months ahead.

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