Derrick Irwin, portfolio manager on the Berkeley Street Emerging Markets Equity team at Wells Fargo Asset Management, discusses 20 years of opportunity and investing in Russia.
What should investors keep in mind during volatile market conditions? In light of recent market events, we’ve brought together insights from four Wells Fargo Asset Management experts, representing the equity, fixed-income, and multi-asset spaces.
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Stocks posted gains, helped by consumer discretionary and energy shares.
Major U.S. equity indexes were higher for the day as investors looked beyond geopolitical and weather-related issues and prepared for tomorrow’s unveiling of the tenth anniversary iPhone.
Stocks returned to gains after yesterday’s sell-off, helped by advancing energy and financial shares.
Stocks began the holiday-shortened week with steep declines, as the markets reacted to North Korea’s latest missile test, conducted on Sunday.
Stocks ended higher as market concerns over North Korea eased. Meanwhile, investors followed the ongoing news of Tropical Storm Harvey’s devastation.
Stocks ended lower in the wake of President Trump’s remarks at a Phoenix rally that he is prepared to shut down the U.S. government, in order to influence Congress into paying for a wall along the Mexico border.