Colin Moore
Colin Moore

Colin Moore

Global Chief Investment Officer

Latest articles

May 2021

Lessons from the backyard on fiscal policy

Getting the balance correct between short-term relief checks and long-term infrastructure spending is critical.
March 2021

Relationships are not easy: US equities versus Treasuries

As the economy recovers and cyclical stocks begin to outperform, we look at the connection between equities and US Treasury yields.
November 2020

Biden passes 270: but what does the future hold?

While vote counting continues, Joe Biden has secured the 270 electoral votes needed to become the next president of the United States. But the narrow margin of victory and possibility that Republicans retain the Senate are likely to impact his administration’s potential policies.
October 2020

What the US election means for markets… and what it doesn’t!

The election cycle will increase short-term volatility, but we don’t believe it will have much influence on market averages over the long term.
August 2020

Research, research, research…

At Columbia Threadneedle Investments, our team of 180 analysts and research associates is dedicated to original, independent research. Working collaboratively across all major asset classes our teams utilize big data and analytics, such as machine learning and augmented intelligence, to turn information into forward-looking insights that add real value to investment decisions, enabling consistent and replicable outcomes for our clients.
June 2020

Are markets ahead of the economy and should they be?

Global investors underappreciate the changing behaviour of Japanese companies, which has made them more resilient and well positioned to benefit from global reflation.
April 2020

Coronavirus: research, research, research…

At Columbia Threadneedle Investments, our team of 180 analysts and research associates is dedicated to original, independent research. Working collaboratively across all major asset classes our teams utilize big data and analytics, such as machine learning and augmented intelligence, to turn information into forward-looking insights that add real value to investment decisions, enabling consistent and replicable outcomes for our clients.
March 2020

Covid-19: what exactly is going viral?

The coronavirus outbreak is extremely complex, with the fear of the virus so far seemingly greater than its actual impact. The economic consequences, however, are very real.
March 2020

Coronavirus: Earthquakes, aftershocks and recovery

Aftershocks are a frequent and disruptive result of an earthquake caused by the displacement effects of the main shock. While alarming themselves, they are often a reasonably predictable outcome of the main event. Large earthquakes can have hundreds of aftershocks. While there are familiar patterns to the distribution and magnitude of aftershocks, there can be surprises. However, they typically tend to decline in magnitude and frequency with time.
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Latest articles

May 2021

Lessons from the backyard on fiscal policy

Getting the balance correct between short-term relief checks and long-term infrastructure spending is critical.
March 2021

Relationships are not easy: US equities versus Treasuries

As the economy recovers and cyclical stocks begin to outperform, we look at the connection between equities and US Treasury yields.
November 2020

Biden passes 270: but what does the future hold?

While vote counting continues, Joe Biden has secured the 270 electoral votes needed to become the next president of the United States. But the narrow margin of victory and possibility that Republicans retain the Senate are likely to impact his administration’s potential policies.
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