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Geopolitical Volatility Weighs On Industrial CEOs

07.05.2018
CEOs in the U.S. industrial sector expressed some concern about how geopolitics will affect their businesses during KeyBanc Capital Market’s 17th Annual Industrials & Basic Materials Conference.
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Industrial CEOs: Rising Inflation Not All Bad

07.02.2018
A little bit of inflation in the U.S. economy is a good thing, according to CEOs at KeyBanc Capital Markets’ 17th Annual Industrials & Basic Materials Conference.
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Key Perspectives, Economic Outlook, June 2018

by Bruce McCain, Chief Investment Strategist 06.22.2018
The economy is offering opportunities to worry. Inflationary pressures, a flattening yield curve, and rising interest rates are normal at this stage of the cycle. Trade wars and European political/existential crises, however, pose unusual risks.
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Key Economic and Market Outlook

by Various 01.30.2018
As 2017 progressed, it became apparent to us that the U.S. was approaching the end of an era. The ultra-accommodative monetary policies that were set in motion in 2009-10 were becoming less accommodative, and the liquidity that had been injected into the financial markets was starting to slowly abate.
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Middle Market Business Sentiment Report - April 2017

04.19.2017
With security and fraud topping the growing list of corporate concerns, we surveyed middle market leaders on the challenges they face when it comes to protecting their businesses, their data, and their customers from cyberattacks. See what they had to say in our latest report.
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Six Pivotal U.S. Labor and Trade Concerns to Watch for in 2017

by Bruce McCain, Chief Investment Strategist, Key Private Bank 04.10.2017

Confidence about improvements from changing policies in Washington has surged. While there are reasons for optimism, public enthusiasm does not always lead to economic success. Here are six things to watch in the months ahead.

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