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The market seems determined to disregard the Fed’s resolve in maintaining restrictive monetary policy until inflation is tamed.
Facing what is likely to be a mid-cycle adjustment in the U.S., equities investors can dampen the impact of earnings downgrades by focusing on quality.
Cumulative central bank policy should dampen inflation, bringing relief on rates in 2023 but the outlook for credit is set to be more challenged.
Inflation may cause markets to buck the trend of positive returns after the U.S. midterm elections.
With all eyes on macro developments, we identify which economic and market developments investors should now be monitoring.
This year’s bond market stress is a warning sign to other asset classes and the real economy.
A likely path for U.S. core inflation and finding value within fixed income.
Forward, long leading economic indicators signal what looks like a long and deep global recession into mid-2023 at a minimum.
As central banks in Europe shrink their balance sheets, we consider the uneven impact across sectors of their stepping back from credit markets.
As the Fed moves into restrictive territory and indicates it will stay there for a while, yield curves flattened and recession risk rose.