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Stormy sky with lightening

The Federal Reserve will stay hawkish — what will that mean for markets?

September 8, 2022

The outlook for stocks and bonds given the expected paths of economic growth and interest rates.

Sailboat on the sea

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.

Mountains in the distance

Embracing Uncertainty: Navigating Structural Economic Forces Requires Improving the Tools in Your Investment Portfolio

July 8, 2022

As investors face heightened inflation risk and other uncertainties, look beyond traditional investment buckets to capture alternative sources of returns.

Voya’s Holistic Approach to Target Date Design

June 22, 2021

Selecting a target date fund that best aligns with a retirement plan’s objectives and participants requires evaluation of four key aspects of fund design — glide path, asset allocation, underlying managers and portfolio construction.

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Market Expectations are High but Realistic

April 20, 2021

The U.S. economic outlook continues to strengthen, with accelerating vaccinations, broadening activity and government support. The global economy should accelerate, but with less certainty due to uneven vaccination progress across countries.

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The End is Near, with New Signs of Fear

March 19, 2021

We believe the economy will grow well above trend throughout 2021, as massive pent-up consumer demand is released by vaccination progress, states reopening and highly accommodative government policy.

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Slow Progress Better Than No Progress

February 19, 2021

Our outlook continues to be that economic recovery is in the offing and will broaden into synchronous, global expansion. Segments of the economy that were protected from the pandemic should stay in a healthy holding pattern.

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Where Is the Market Getting Its News?

January 25, 2021

Headlines suggest a significant disconnect between “Main Street” and “Wall Street”—a closer look at personal income and leading economic indicators reveals a different story.

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