For investors seeking reliable income, global diversification and inflation protection, specialist listed infrastructure portfolios aims to provide all three.

Anatomy of a Recession Risk Dashboard

To understand the likelihood of a US recession, Investment Strategist Jeffrey Schulze has developed the ClearBridge Investments Recession Risk Dashboard and Anatomy of a Recession program. This proprietary risk dashboard is updated monthly and designed to help you stay informed on economic and market developments and guide you in making portfolio allocation decisions.

US Economy: Stay in Front of the Business Cycle

The Anatomy of a Recession (AOR) program is designed to help you stay on top of the business cycle and provide thoughtful insights through our exclusive risk and recovery dashboards. Updated monthly, AOR offers a concise, practical look at what the key indicators are saying about the United States economy and the potential impact on the equity markets. The data suggests that the economy exited the COVID-19 recession around mid-year 2020. As we move into 2021, investor focus has shifted to the possibility of a double dip recession which is why ClearBridge has re-introduced the Recession Risk dashboard. Click on each tab for a different view of the dashboard data. 


AOR Webinar November 2020 Replay

Investment Specialist Jeff Shultze, CFA, joined us from New York to give us the latest election update and talk through the potential outcomes the results may have on the US economy. Portfolio Manager Charles Hamieh updated us on the impacts this election will have on the global listed infrastructure asset class.


Recession Recovery: Stay Ready with Our Economic Updates

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With the economy recovering, removing QE is a step toward more normal but still accommodative monetary policy ahead of eventual rate hikes.

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