Eagle Views

White Papers

  • Muted optimism for continued growth
    The U.S. equity markets shrugged off early-2016 concerns about a global recession and chugged along until the populist-driven summertime Brexit vote. The U.S. presidential election overhung the markets through the fall. The Federal Reserve made it two Decembers in a row of small interest-rate increases. The markets shrugged, though, and finished the year with a strong rally. The investment professionals' discussion included what 2017 might bring overall; the Fed's next possible move; prospects for the domestic economy as well as the increasingly relevant global economy; and — perhaps most interesting to readers — how they have positioned the investment portfolios they run.
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  • The United States Healthcare Industry
    An argument for active management in the small-cap healthcare space
    — Feb. 2017
    The cost of healthcare is widely considered unsustainable. Healthcare is a $3.3 trillion dollar industry, or 17 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). Healthcare spending is projected to rise to one-fifth of GDP by 2025.1 Eagle's small-cap healthcare portfolio managers and analysts see opportunity despite the uncertainties that accompany the inevitable changes in the large and dynamic industry that is healthcare.
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    1 Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Capital Markets Review


This booklet provides readers with relevant macroeconomic data. Further, it highlights select asset-class and valuation metrics.


These single-sheet snapshots provide an overview of index returns, currency-exchange rates, style returns and more.

Capital Markets Review Quarterly Report

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