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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.  

2023 Annual Forecast

January 11, 2023

In what is certainly an understatement, 2022 was a year to wish a less than fond farewell. The Federal Reserve was still pumping stimulus into the economy at the beginning of the year—yes, hard to believe—but by March got, uhm, serious with a 25 basis point increase in its Fed funds rate. Russia invaded the Ukraine in what was expected to be an expedient victory. An energy crisis enveloped Europe, made worse by Russia but not caused by it, as years of European failure to secure diversified sources of energy came home to roost. What ensued was a raging 40-year high of inflation that was anything but “transient,” decimating financial assets in the worst rout seen since 2008.

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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. But with imbalances lurking in the shadows, 2023 could be the year for higher-quality bonds, select large- and small-cap stocks, and private-market investments.

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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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Rates are in the driver’s seat

October 27, 2022

US markets have not taken kindly to the Fed’s renewed course of monetary tightening, but the effects of the Fed’s actions are stretching far beyond US shores.

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Fourth quarter outlook: hawkish central banks versus resilient private economy

October 26, 2022

Executive summary

  • Central banks have been trying to stoke inflation for two decades — “Be careful what you wish for.”
  • Supply-side economics needs to be added to the policy toolkit to solve rampant inflation, especially in taming surging energy costs.
  • The firehose of bad news on the front page hides the strong fundamentals on the back page.
  • Extreme market volatility will test financial plans; we believe those that stick to the fundamentals will fare the best.
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