Hot Reads: Fed Could Step Up Rate Hikes

Plus, a look at an ETF that could be set up to benefit when rates start to cool.

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CPI Report Suggests Fed May Step Up Rate Hikes Again (Morningstar)
Despite hot inflation for September, the case for cooling in 2023 remains strong.

 

The Best ETF for a Recession in 2022 (Forbes)
TLT is poised to rally when long-term rates cool down.

 

Why EM Bond Investors Can No Longer Ignore ESG (Institutional Investor)
Investors with allocations to emerging market debt now need to understand the impact on developing economies of long run factors like climate change and human capital development.

 

What's the Worst Case Scenario for Stocks? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
Spoiler: A policy error by the Fed or other central banks.

 

Is Disinflation Upon Us? (Advisor Perspectives)
The moral panic about inflation.

 

A New Chance for the World Bank (Jackson Hole Economics)
The entity should be a vehicle for crisis response, post-conflict reconstruction and supporting the investments needed for sustainable and healthy global development.

 

Why Are Fears of a New Financial Crisis Growing? (Morningstar)
Tremors in the markets have some concerned, but investors are cautioned against overreacting.

 

How Close Is the Bond Market to a Crash? (MarketWatch)
Will the Fed implement an abrupt policy change?

 

Senator Criticizes Gensler's Approach to Crypto (CoinDesk)
Sen. Hickenlooper says the current lack of a coordinated regulatory framework leads to "uneven enforcement."

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