Economic growth worries & falling oil prices spark sell-off
In this week’s video update:
- Economic growth worries, led by continuing fears about China, caused investors to sell in equity markets this week, driving down market averages globally.
- Expectations that that Iran will flood the market with more than 1 million barrels of oil daily pushed crude prices below $30 a barrel. What are the implications for investors?
- What’s working for diversified investors today? And what role might earnings play in a market rally?
- Learn More: Our 2016 Global Market Outlook
Market Week in Review welcomes Director, Client Investment Strategies Mark Eibel to the program this week to examine the volatile equity markets, which have been rocked by disappointing manufacturing and jobs data, continued fears about Chinese growth, and falling oil prices
Mark Soupiset hosts this week’s market update, which also discusses the outlook for earnings season and what seems to be working for well-diversified investors in the current challenging environment.