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Mid Year Outlook 2021

Wells Fargo Investment Institute Mid Year Outlook - Fuel For Growth

One year after the global economy emerged from lockdowns, the economy is running faster than many of us have seen in our lifetimes. The U.S. and China have led the way, thanks to the various COVID-19 vaccines, whose accelerating distribution is speeding the recovery and driving faster spending. Read More


The New Landscape
Investing in post-pandemic markets

COVID-19 has upended our daily lives, while the response to the pandemic has reshaped global markets and the economy. The pandemic accelerated certain market trends that were already underway prior to the outbreak while sparking new ones. Read More
WFII Policy Politics

Wells Fargo Investment Institute: Demystifying the link between stimulus and inflation: 

Despite concerns from Wall Street to Main Street over the potential for an excessive rise in inflation, we believe that investors are likely to see a more moderate and benign recovery of inflation in 2021 and beyond. Read More

5 Ways

Wells Fargo Investment Institute: Five Ways the Pandemic Changes the Investment Landscape

This report focuses on five main ways in which investment opportunities may arise. We believe that some of these opportunities will come from preexisting trends that COVID-19 has accelerated; still otheres to come from new trends. Read More

Tech Worries

Wells Fargo Investment Institute: Tech Worries?

Investors have been concerned that the recent Tech-led downside in the equity market marks an end to this sector’s outperformance. We continue to rate the Information Technology sector as most favorable and recommend taking advantage of pullbacks to add exposure. Read More
How Are We Going to Pay For All This

First Trust - How Are We Going To Pay For All This?

The largest federal budget deficit since World War II cameback in 2009, as slower growth and increased government spending during the subprime-mortgage financial panic pushed the deficit to 9.8% of GDP. This year’s budget deficit will, quite simply, blow that record out of the water. Read More