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Weekly Market & Economic Update    |  03.20.17

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates and we believe there are more to come. We remain constructive on growth and global equity markets.

Market Update Call held 02.14.17

New Administration. New Direction. A discussion about the policy agendas planned by the new Trump administration and potential implications for the economy and financial markets.

Adjust strategy as interest rates rise slowly

On Dec. 14, the Federal Reserve (Fed) increased its benchmark short-term interest rate by 0.25 percent to a target range of 0.5 percent to 0.75 percent.


 

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