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Price Volatility

Wealth Insights | Equities | Asset Allocation | Economy

Weekly Market Analysis: Bear Today, Bull Tomorrow

By Citi Wealth Insights |
Though US markets have bounced upwards in what appears to be the third bear market rally this year, the extent of the coming recession remains uncertain.
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CIO Perspectives

CIO Perspectives | Economy | Equities

CIO Perspectives: Too Soon for Tech, Time for China

By Citi Wealth Insights |
2022 has been a brutal year for investors in Tech and China. This week, Ken examines these two big topics and where they are headed in 2023.
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CIO Perspectives

CIO Perspectives | Economy | Fixed Income

CIO Perspectives: Why is the Fed driving the economy into recession?

By Citi Wealth Insights |
This week, Ken analyzes the risks of the Fed's insistence on relying on backward-looking data to drive decisions for the future of the economy.
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caution road car

Wealth Insights | Economy | Asset Allocation

Weekly Market Analysis: Driving While Looking in the Rear-View Mirror

By Citi Wealth Insights |
The Fed wants to see the effects of its tightening apparent in employment, but October’s 261,000 job gain – the slowest since December 2020 – is still too fast for the Fed’s liking. The full impact of policy tightening has yet to meaningfully hit the labor market.
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CIO Perspectives

CIO Perspectives | Economy

CIO Perspectives - 17 October 2022

By Citi Wealth Insights |
Welcome back to CIO Perspectives. This week, Ken Peng discusses the unintended consequences of the Fed's aggressive tactics on the financial markets.
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Federal Reserve

Wealth Insights | Economy | Asset Allocation

Weekly Market Analysis: The Squeeze Is On

By Citi Wealth Insights |
The Fed is likely to sustain its hawkish measures to crush inflation with limited regard for the time it takes for its medicine to work, likely damaging some markets along the way. CIO strongly suspects Quantitative Tightening will end with real US job losses.
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