Entering the fourth quarter of 2022, there are several historical trends we can use to provide perspective on current events. Our third quarter perspectives look at contributors to headline inflation, yield-to-worst across fixed income sectors, international markets vs. U.S., and S&P 500 index average returns following midterm elections.
Inflation relief to be slow and rocky, likely to bring recession
Bonds are now attractive investment component
Opportunities in international equity markets fed by attractive fundamentals
Markets historically perform well following midterm elections
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