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The consistent decline in inflation reading and Jerome Powell's recent indication that the Federal Reserve may consider cutting rates in 2024 have led to an increased sentiment that the economic slowdown anticipated in the U.S. in 2024 may be a "soft landing" rather than a true economic recession.
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In the third quarter, U.S. equities saw their first quarterly decline since the Q3 of 2022. The energy sector propped up market-wide performance, in large part due to elevated oil prices created by supply-constricting efforts from Saudi Arabia and Russia. Utilities, real estate, and consumer staples all posted material…
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The steadfast stance taken by the U.S. Federal Reserve to fight the post-pandemic inflation surge continues to be a significant driver of market volatility. Eighteen months after the first federal funds increase in March 2022, the U.S. Treasury yield curve has shifted meaningfully along all maturities. The inverted yie…
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“…there’s a “common factor” that has driven price increases higher. It’s the pandemic, and it’s everything about the pandemic: The closing of the economy, the reopening of the economy, the fiscal support, the monetary support. All the things that happened went into high inflation. And I think we’ve come to expect that…
Asset Class Reports
In the second quarter, the U.S. equity market continued its strong performance with technology stocks leading the way once again. International developed equities and emerging markets (EM) equities also rose in the quarter despite rising interest rates and continued inflation concerns. Amid elevated inflation, the Fede…



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