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Outlook 2023: Finding Balance
Through all the challenges, newfound opportunities, and every high and low we’ve experienced during the last couple of years, it’s no surprise why we might be striving for more balance.
Midyear Outlook 2022 | Navigating Turbulence | July 12, 2022
LPL Research “Midyear Outlook 2022: Navigating Turbulence” features LPL Research’s economic and market forecasts for the second half of 2022.
Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton
Get a head start on your financial future with LPL Research’s economic and market forecasts for 2022 with Outlook 2022: Passing the Baton.
Midyear Outlook 2021: Picking Up Speed
LPL Research Midyear Outlook 2021: Picking Up Speed is designed to help you navigate the risks and opportunities over the rest of 2021 and beyond.
Outlook 2021: Powering Forward
In 2021 it’s time to restart the engines and prepare to navigate a new year with new challenges and opportunities. LPL Research Outlook 2021: Powering Forward gets you back on the road with economic and market insights for 2021.
Will History Rhyme? A Fed Pause Has Been Good For Fixed Income | Weekly Market Commentary | May 22, 2023
LPL’s Strategic and Tactical Asset Allocation Committee (STAAC) recommends investors maintain a neutral duration relative to benchmarks with the expectation that Treasury yields are likely headed lower (or at least not much higher) over the next few quarters.
Earnings Update: Better Than Feared Undersells These Results | Weekly Market Commentary | May 15, 2023
There’s plenty to worry about the rest of the year (debt limit, recession, tightening financial conditions, a Federal Reserve (Fed) policy mistake, among them), but the risk of an additional sharp contraction in profit margins has come way down.
King Dollar Still Rules | Weekly Market Commentary | May 8, 2023
Much has been written lately about the threats facing the reserve currency status enjoyed by the U.S. dollar. “De-dollarization” headlines appear on a near-daily basis, suggesting the dollar’s reign is in looming jeopardy, while counter arguments point out there isn’t another currency with the depth, transparency, and reliability associated with the dollar. Still, critics accuse the U.S. of having “weaponized” the dollar, that is, punishing other countries with sanctions and freezing assets. These accusations have been particularly prevalent as the Ukraine/Russia conflict continues, with Russia and its long-standing allies asserting that the U.S. has illegally frozen billions of dollars of Russian financial assets.