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2016 Market Outlooks

Cover a variety of alternative strategies - all long/short funds

Jon Jonsson

Manager of the Neuberger Berman Global Bond Absolute Return Fund

“We expect turbulence in global markets to continue, as Chinese growth concerns and the approaching Fed hike are likely to keep volatility elevated. Despite aggressive stimulus measures by the Chinese government, economic data and markets have remained weak. However, from a market point of view, we believe a lot of weakness in China has already been priced in.

“With that said, we still believe developed market resilience can weather EM weakness. Most of the global growth weakness is confined to the manufacturing sector, which represents less than 20% of GDP in the US, UK and Germany.

“Looking toward 2016, the effects of recent fiscal and monetary stimulus should begin to feed through to the global economy. We expect global growth to remain moderate, but exhibiting increasing divergence. The US is facing short-term headwinds, but picking up strength as the positive effects on consumption should increasingly dominate the negative effects of oil prices.

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