ESG ETF Portfolio Shift Commentary 12/19/2019
We are reducing U.S. equity exposure by trimming broad U.S. large cap exposure, and we are adding exposure to international equities, in both developed and emerging markets. Given stabilization in economic data and an uplift in sentiment due to an interim U.S./China trade truce, as well as an increasingly accommodative policy stance from the global central bank community, we believe the market environment in the near-term should be friendly for equities, particularly those segments that are sensitive to global growth expectations. To that end, we are lowering our U.S. regional overweight and adding EAFE and emerging markets equities.
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