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At John Hancock Investment Management, our multimanager approach to investing provides you with a unique advantage: the ability to leverage the very best market research from our diverse asset management network.
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Asset class views: our 12- to 18-month outlook
U.S. equity: shifting up in quality
As fundamentals lose momentum worldwide, the U.S. market remains a relative bright spot.
International equity: positioning for a potential bottom
Economic growth and earnings estimates are turning more positive in emerging markets.
Fixed income: emphasizing core bonds
Investment-grade corporate and government bonds may outpace lower-rated issues this late in the credit cycle.
Key macro themes from our asset management network
Economic growth: in search of a bottom
While leading economic indicators across global economies slowed during much of 2019, they're starting to moderate moving into 2020.
Corporate earnings: steady
Fundamentals are modestly improving, but 2020 growth estimates are high, and valuations are starting to become a concern.
Monetary policy: easy
Central banks globally have cut interest rates and increased their balance sheets, providing a liquidity cushion for risk assets for now.
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