November turned out to be another good month for equities. Signs of inflation slowing and news from the Federal Reserve that it will likely be less aggressive with rate hikes going forward helped to push stocks higher. As we move forward, a close eye will remain on the labor market, which has moved counterintuitively to the Fed’s inflation goal. At this point, a reduction of labor demand growth will be seen by the Fed as a positive indicator to slowing the economy.
Read our outlook and an overview of the market’s activity in our November 2022 briefing.
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