A Deep Dive into Allspring’s Market Risk Monitor ?>

A Deep Dive into Allspring’s Market Risk Monitor

Today’s topic of discussion is Allspring's Market Risk Monitor, a report that the firm uses to capture, distill, and disseminate headline risks across the Allview investment platform. Ann Miletti, head
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Going Global in Fixed Income ?>

Going Global in Fixed Income

This episode focuses on why fixed income investors should consider the global implications of surging inflation, decelerating growth, and realignment of the global and geopolitical landscape.
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Fed: Flying Blind ?>

Fed: Flying Blind

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) hiked its federal funds rate target by 0.75% at its July meeting, as expected.
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July FOMC: The Certainty of Fed Uncertainty ?>

July FOMC: The Certainty of Fed Uncertainty

We're discussing the upcoming July FOMC meeting, ways that investors can approach their short duration assets, and how recent economic data releases have changed the track record of Federal Reserve
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A Deep Dive into Allspring’s Market Risk Monitor

Today’s topic of discussion is Allspring’s Market Risk Monitor, a report that the firm uses to capture, distill, and disseminate headline risks across the Allview investment platform. Ann Miletti, head of Active Equity, and John Hockers, co-head of Investment Analytics, go over the genesis of the report and the top ten risks Allspring currently sees in the market.

Fed Be Nimble. Fed Be Quick.

When Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Jerome Powell took the helm of the Fed in 2018, the Fed was close to the end of its rate-hiking cycle that started in December 2015. At the time, he said the Fed would be gradual with hikes. Fast-forward to January 2022, and Chair Powell dropped “gradual” in favor of being “nimble.” Then in the spring of 2022, he said the Fed would move “expeditiously” to bring down inflation.

Seeing climate-change risk in the stock market

Last April, the California regulatory agency that oversees air quality announced its plan to encourage the sale of electric and zero-emission vehicles while phasing out the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035. If approved by the California Air Resources Board, 35% of new passenger vehicles would be required to be powered by electricity or hydrogen by no later than 2026, with 100% compliance to follow 10 years later.

Market Fireworks and Independence Themes around the World

Discussing the major fireworks set off this year and how the theme of independence is taking shape around the globe today are Joseph Dore, head of EMEA Consultant Relations, and Brian Jacobsen, senior investment strategist, with Allspring Global Investments.