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Getting inflation under control is job one at the Fed right now, so rates are set to rise. But how soon, how much, and at what cost to the economy?
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Global benchmark yields are moving higher along with economic sentiment. We expect yields to remain positively correlated to market returns, favoring cyclical and value stocks.
As we look to the new year, what can investors expect from the markets in 2022?
How to decipher the Fed’s quarterly “dot-plot” chart.
As the year winds down, Congress and the president must make decisions on key issues with potential long-term impact on the markets and economy.
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COVID-19 is becoming endemic rather than pandemic.
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The bill contains several tax-code changes that could affect individual investors, though far fewer than were in the original draft.
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Persistent high-tide growth is likely to help float the global economy safely over the rocks of risks in 2022, despite waves of worries: COVID, inflation, shortages & rate hikes.
What the Fed’s monetary-policy tools signal about the market.
An explosion of investor interest in environmental, social, and governance factors has companies and regulators scrambling to strike the right balance.
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