What is Stagflation?

  • The Fed confirmed a 0.25% rate hike (any kind of confirmation is good news)
  • Russia-Ukraine crisis is likely priced in for now (as the market looks forward)
  • Consumer demand is strong and labor markets are humming
  • Possible recession during an inflationary period (i.e. stagflation)
  • COVID lockdowns in China and it’s impact on oil amongst other commodities
  • Crisis in China’s property market. Learn more
  • Possibility of yield curve inversion
  • Price shock in commodities
  • Even tighter monetary policy and Fed’s credibility

So, why is this important and why are we concerned now?

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