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2023 outlook: The good, the bad and the unknown

December 20, 2022

For all the gloomy talk about the economy in 2023, stabilizing interest rates could be a bright spot for investors.

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Capital Market Assumptions 2023

November 23, 2022

Our long-term return expectations for capital markets serve as key inputs into our strategic asset allocation process for multi-asset portfolios and provide context for shorter-term forecasting.

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As elections dust settles, markets shift attention back to inflation and the Fed

November 9, 2022

The repercussions of US midterm elections will be felt over the coming months and years, not days. The key is how the results are transmitted to the economy, chiefly through monetary and fiscal policy.  

Lightening the Sails and Monitoring the Storm

July 26, 2022

Risks are rising: the Fed must thread a narrowing needle-eye to stop inflation without causing a recession. We’ve lightened equity positioning and reduced risk within fixed income segments of portfolios.

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Financial conditions poised to tighten around markets

March 10, 2022

Should the Russia-Ukraine conflict persist, it would lead to further tightening of financial conditions but is unlikely to deter the Federal Reserve from a 25 basis point interest rate hike in March. Tighter conditions will slow economic growth at the margins and constrain financial markets over the short term, but not over the longer term.

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Russia invasion sparking volatility and inflation fears, but recovery remains on track

February 25, 2022
  • Economic recovery likely undeterred: Rising energy prices add risk to Europe’s recovery but are unlikely to derail the global economic recovery.
  • Expect further equity volatility: We see the strongest impacts in commodities, energy and financials, but focus should shift quickly to interest rates and supply-chain resolution.
  • Seeing value amid spread widening: We believe the impact of Russia’s actions on fixed income markets has largely played out, and any further widening in credit spreads could present opportunities.
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