Hawkish Fed policy, rising geopolitical risks abroad, and continued inflationary pressures combined for a difficult start to 2022 for both equity and fixed income markets. Our CIO Doug Foreman reviews market performance for the quarter and weighs in on the implications of geopolitical events, yield curve inversion, inflation, and what KAR is doing about the changing landscape.
Read our Q1 2022 market review.
You can also listen to our analysis of Q1 performance in Episode 180 of our stock market podcast, KayneCast.
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