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Weekly market update | U.S. Bank

Weekly market update
Policy news captured market attention last week. Stocks rose in response to news from China-U.S. trade talks. An easing of financial conditions by the Fed also provided support, despite somewhat softer economic data.

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Federal Reserve interest rates left unchanged | U.S. Bank

Federal Reserve interest rates left unchanged
The Federal Reserve indicated future interest rate hikes will be dependent upon some stabilization in economic momentum.

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2019 investment outlook: A more balanced view forward | U.S. BNK

2019 investment outlook: A more balanced view forward
As we look ahead to 2019, prospects for the coming year look a bit less clear than has been the case in recent years.

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How diversification in investing may reduce risk | U.S. Bank

How diversification in investing may reduce risk
Why is diversification important in investing? Because risk never disappears — even in times of economic growth. The appropriate diversification strategy can help mitigate the impact of market volatility on your portfolio.

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Diversification and private capital investment: Looking beyond the public markets for returns | U.S. Bank

Diversification and private capital investment: Looking beyond the public markets for returns
Private capital investments may provide the opportunity to outperform public markets, but they require more than just a financial commitment.

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How to determine risk tolerance | U.S. Bank

How to determine risk tolerance
Time horizon and emotional response are key factors in an individual’s risk tolerance.

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What is a diversified portfolio? | U.S. Bank

What is a diversified portfolio?
Having tools in your portfolio that “zig” while others “zag” can help minimize the impact of market volatility.

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