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Our portfolios have an overweight to international developed stock markets, based primarily on relative valuation. We have focused most of our discussion of that overweight on equity opportunities in Europe, but we are also constructive on Japan

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If you follow the U.S. investment markets, you might be feeling a bit of déjà vu.

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Historically, productivity has tended to increase during economic upswings as companies use their rising profits to invest capital back into their businesses and to expand their payrolls. The current economic recovery, however, has not followed that path.

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China’s high-flying stock market cratered last week, costing investors an estimated $550 billion in value in just one trading day alone.

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Capital allocation among large U.S. companies still seems to be dominated by mergers and acquisitions, share repurchases and growing dividends. This has been the trend since the economic recovery began in 2009.

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