Although the service side of the US economy remains healthy, manufacturing activity has weakened significantly. In fact, by one measure, the performance gap between these two segments of the economy has reached its widest point in about 15 years. We analyze this divergence and elaborate on our hedging strategy.
Rising domestic energy production gives the US a tremendous competitive advantage over developed economies such as Germany and Japan, as well as rapidly growing emerging markets such as China and India.
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