Despite dire headlines, the powder kegs of North Korea and Syria have had zero market impact. Government rhetoric and policy reversals have not cratered equities, and fixed income yields are processing domestic concerns like Fed action and tax reform. Still, headline risks are worth addressing, to separate the humanitarian and market impact of war.
- How do US markets fare when the US enters global conflicts?
- Are KorSyria headlines pushing US Treasury yields lower?
- How does mismanagement of global conflicts impact US equities?
Discover our updated Global Conflicts scenarios and discuss how Stress Testing builds client relationships by exploring which economic scenarios deserve attention.