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  • Evaluating the Impact of Green Bonds April 28, 2017
    Green bonds can provide income with impact, but how can investors evaluate the environmental benefits?
  • Municipal Defaults, While Rare, Do Occur April 25, 2017
    Jim Colby, Portfolio Manager, takes a look into the causes and effects of municipal bond defaults.  
  • Emerging Markets on the Move April 21, 2017
    In 1Q 2017, emerging markets equities resumed their outperformance “spell” over global equity markets, shrugging off the disruption caused by the U.S. presidential election.
  • Defining Emerging Market Local Currency Exposure is Critical to Understanding Performance April 21, 2017
    The 1Q 2017 rally of emerging markets currencies (EMFX) raises some interesting issues for investors to consider.
  • Improved Global Economy Sustains Early Rebound April 20, 2017
    As the rebound in natural resources continues, it is not surprising to see mixed performance across sectors in these early stages.  Still, we believe that the next commodity bull market is firmly supported, highlighted by improving global economic conditions.
  • Don't Fight the Tape April 18, 2017
    For its April asset class positioning, VanEck NDR Managed Allocation Fund did not change drastically and the Fund maintained its strong preference for global stocks over bonds based on the weight-of-the-evidence gathered from NDR vast indicators.

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