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Fundamentals vs. the Fog of War

Please note: This update was prepared on Friday, March 4, 2022, prior to the market’s close. The resilience of the Ukrainian resistance has inspired the world even as Russian aggression intensifies, threatening citizens, cities and critical infrastructure. While hardly on the same plane, Wall Street resilience has also been tested, with major …

Fundamentals vs. the Fog of War

The resilience of the Ukrainian resistance has inspired the world even as Russian aggression intensifies, threatening citizens, cities and critical infrastructure. While hardly on the same plane, Wall Street resilience has also been tested, with major market indices quickly moving from loss to gain and gain to loss day to day. When …

Despite Human Toll, Markets Discount War

Please note: This update was prepared on Friday, February 25, 2022, prior to the market’s close. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already claimed hundreds of innocent lives and now threatens to displace millions and spark a humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe. Having priced in an attack and economic sanctions but not …

Despite Human Toll, Markets Discount War

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already claimed hundreds of innocent lives and now threatens to displace millions and spark a humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe. Having priced in an attack and economic sanctions but not a full-scale invasion, investment markets reacted rationally on Thursday as events unfolded: Stocks sank, gold rose …

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Welcome to Inflation Nation

The media caterwauling was loud indeed following the week’s consumer price index (CPI) reveal. Prices paid by consumers increased 7.0% year-over-year in December—the highest 12-month inflation rate since June 1982. Strip out food and energy prices, which tend to be more volatile, and costs to consumers rose 5.5%—the most in 30 years. …

Welcome to Inflation Nation

The media caterwauling was loud indeed following the week’s consumer price index (CPI) reveal. Prices paid by consumers increased 7.0% year-over-year in December—the highest 12-month inflation rate since June 1982. Strip out food and energy prices, which tend to be more volatile, and costs to consumers rose 5.5%—the most in 30 years. …

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2021’s Biggest Market Themes and What They Mean

Please note: This update was prepared on Friday, December 31, 2021, prior to the market’s close. With final preparations for tonight’s Times Square countdown underway, four miles south, Wall Street traders are set to celebrate a remarkable year for stocks: The S&P 500 has hit 70 all-time highs this year despite myriad …

The Year’s Biggest Market Themes and What They Mean

With final preparations for tonight’s Times Square countdown underway, four miles south, Wall Street traders are set to celebrate a remarkable year for stocks: The S&P 500 has hit 70 all-time highs this year despite myriad reasons it shouldn’t have—from inflation and infection to consumer uncertainty and global insecurity. The market’s gains …

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