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Expect A Mixed Q3 Earnings Season Ahead For Alt Asset Managers

With the third quarter over, analysts are looking ahead to earnings season, and Credit Suisse’s Craig Siegenthaler and his team take a look at the alternative asset managers group Thursday. While global economic activity was relatively muted last quarter, equity markets and high yield bond indexes were sources of positive returns. Siegenthaler writes that returns in Asia and the technology sector were especially strong.
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