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Weekly Macro Themes - 15 Mar 2019

Here's an overview of the topics and charts covered in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes report. Also be sure to check out the 2018 End of Year Special Edition to see some of our best calls of last year and charts to watch for the year ahead.

This week we covered the following topics/ideas:

1. Global Equity Breadth: Remain cautiously optimistic on global equities as multiple contrarian signals point to upside, and green shoots emerge in market breadth indicators.

2. EM Equity Outlook Review: Though it is consensus/crowding, stay the course on EM equities as the previous valuation and sentiment signals continue to play through and macro headwinds turn.

3. China something: Though also an increasingly consensus position, continue to expect a more supportive policy mix out of China (yet perhaps not as large as some expect).

4. Aussie Equities: Though there are some mitigating factors, Aussie equities are at risk of a more prolonged/deeper downturn in the housing market.

5. NZ Equities: New Zealand faces the dual risk of overvalued housing and equity markets, and is indirectly likewise exposed to the Australian housing downturn.

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