U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. MSCI World

U.S. Dollar Liquidity vs. MSCI World U.S. dollar liquidity should continue to grow this year and support global equity markets. Image: Saxo Bank

World Trade Growth Since 1990

World Trade Growth Since 1990 In 2019, world trade growth fell to its lowest level since the global financial crisis. Image: Haver Analytics

MSCI World vs. Global Composite PMI

MSCI World vs. Global Composite PMI Global stock markets are very optimistic, as soft and hard indicators suggest that the global slowdown may have bottomed out. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

World Trade and Copper

World Trade and Copper Chart suggesting that any improvement in world trade should benefit copper. Image: BofA Global Research

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 vs. MSCI World ex-U.S.

U.S. Dollar and S&P 500 vs. MSCI World ex-U.S. BofAML suggests that the outlook for the U.S. dollar remains bullish into 2020, but if the S&P 500 is to top out relative to the rest of the world, then the U.S. dollar would likely weaken. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research