All Posts Tagged: interest rates

Investment Insights: ‘Just below’

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
Diagonal upward view of Federal Reserve building

Jerome Powell’s lunch presentation and speech Wednesday held those two small but significant words, “just below.”

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Investment Insights: The gravy train stops

Wade Balliet
Posted by Wade Balliet
Investment Strategy
Young female broker looking serious on the phone, surrounded by several monitors showing stock market returns.

The same stocks which were the darlings for so much of this historic rally have faltered.

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U.S. Outlook: Putting Fed tightening cycles under the microscope

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Exterior of the Federal Reserve in winter, with bare trees with loads of branches slightly obscure the building.

Investors are working overtime to divine not only the Federal Reserve’s next move, but how many more rate hikes we are likely to see in this cycle.

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U.S. Outlook: Can the U.S. consumer keep up the pace?

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Farmers market scene as several adults look over baskets of red, yellow, and orange tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables.

You could say the consumer has been the engine of U.S. economic growth lately.

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