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Research Signals - January 2019
Contrary to the bitter cold temperatures that gripped a large swath of the US in January as the polar vortex sent frigid Arctic air southward, warming thoughts of patience from the Federal Reserve and other central banks and improving US-China trade developments sent stocks soaring in the first trading month of the year. In turn, high risk stocks heated up, resulting in negative performance from 60-Month Beta and 24-Month Value at Risk across all our coverage universes, reversing December's trends (Table 1). Investors must now wait and see if January's thawing of the December stock market chill will continue, while the global manufacturing sector slowed closer to stagnation, according to the January J.P.Morgan Global Manufacturing PMI which fell to its lowest reading since August 2016.
- US: High risk names outperformed, dragging down performance of 60-Month Beta and 24-Month Value at Risk, which both recorded significant double-digit negative spreads across large and small caps alik
- Developed Europe: 60-Month Beta was the weakest performing factor across our entire factor library, as investors took on more risk while also taking advantage of the market's attractive valuations, lifting performance of factors such as TTM EBITDA-to-Enterprise Value
- Developed Pacific: Valuation signals outperformed in Japan, as captured by factors such as Forward 12-M EPS-to-Enterprise Value and Industry Relative TTM Dividend Yield, at the expense of Price Momentum measures including Industry-adjusted 12-month Relative Price Strength
- Emerging markets: Following suit with our other coverage universes, short-term price reversal measures dominated factor performance, as demonstrated by 5-day Industry Relative Return
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