2021 Midyear Outlook

07/12/2021
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2021 Midyear Outlook

07/12/2021
At midyear, the economy is poised to surpass pre-pandemic levels. The stock market has shown amazing resiliency, while fixed income returns remain muted. What might be next for the economy and markets? This midyear outlook attempts to answer this question by reexamining the economic conditions both nationally and locally and assessing the current market environment.

Quarterly Perspectives - First Quarter 2021

04/13/2021
In the INTRUST 2021 Economic Outlook, our view of the economic recovery occurring throughout 2021 is based on several factors, not the least of which is the mitigation of the negative impacts of COVID-19. As the economy improves, the likelihood of inflation and rising interest rates will play an important role in market performance.

2021 Economic Outlook

01/12/2021
Economic conditions at the start of a new decade changed significantly as the pandemic impacted economies across the globe.

Quarterly Perspectives — Third Quarter 2020

10/09/2020
As discussed in our Midyear Outlook, our baseline scenario of a sharp rebound in economic activity followed by a long climb to full recovery appears to be playing out.

2020 Midyear Outlook

07/13/2020
In January, we published our 2020 Perspectives. At midyear, we find ourselves in a pandemic-induced recession with double-digit unemployment. Markets have plummeted and bounced upward but remain volatile. Read more to learn about INTRUST's midyear perspectives.

Quarterly Perspectives — First Quarter 2020

04/10/2020
In January, the U.S. economy appeared healthy. Unemployment was low. Consumers were confident. Growth prospects remained positive for the foreseeable future. However, the 12-year U.S. economic expansion came to an abrupt halt in March, as effects of COVID-19 reverberated around the globe and across our nation. Now, recession in 2020 seems all but inevitable.