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2015: Year In Review – The Long Road to Liftoff

During the first half of 2015, the stock market was relatively calm with the indices remaining within a historically narrow range. In the third quarter, mar­kets sold off and volatility increased in response to a series of events including Greek bailout negotia­tions, concerns of an economic slowdown in China, and the Federal Reserve’s decision in September to delay raising interest rates; from peak to trough, the S&P 500® Index declined 12.0%, the Russell Midcap® Index fell 12.4%, and the Russell 2000® Index of small companies tumbled 16.0%. In the fourth quarter, though, global economic concerns eased. And, on the strength of solid employment data, the Fed an­nounced the first interest rate increase since 2006. The move, along with the Fed’s comments empha­sizing a gradual pace of future rate hikes, prompted a market rally; even so, the markets finished the year slightly lower.
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What portfolio managers have to say about the markets

Periodically, we look to provide insight from portfolio managers on the market and management of their portfolios. Following is a conversation about the factors impacting the markets with George Henning.
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Investors Adopt a Wait-and-See Attitude

During the first half of 2015, global economic and political concerns seemed to preoccupy investors. Concerns about the timing of the Federal Reserve’s long-awaited interest rate increase, the stop-and-start negotiations over Greece’s bailout program, and the downturn in energy markets provided few incentives.
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