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Market Update & Analysis Special Edition February 3, 2022


Despite today's equity market drop and spike in yields, the yield of the 10-year US Treasury Note is showing easing if not stabilizing. There are reports of investor skepticism that the Fed will raise short-term interest rates as high as they did in the last economic expansion. Also, several readings of economic activity are showing early signs of a slowdown in growth, including slowing consumer spending and manufacturing output. Inflation recently has hit a multi-decade high. This puts the Fed in a bind: Raise rates in a slowing economy.

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