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Macro Markets Podcast Episode 16: Fed Watch: A Deep Dive into 75

Brian Smedley, Guggenheim’s Chief Economist and Head of Macroeconomic and Investment Research, discusses the impact of the Fed’s 0.75% rate hike on markets and the economy.

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Despite the Gray Mood, Skies Are Only Partly Cloudy

The outlook for credit amid rising inflation, monetary tightening, and war in Europe.

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“A Season of Pain”

Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners Global CIO, joins CNBC to share his views on the consequences of aggressive Federal Reserve tightening.

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Fed Aggressiveness Following Delayed Liftoff Sets Up 2023 Collision

The risks of tightening into a downturn.

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Inflation, Fed Tightening, and War – Implications for the Economy and Markets

Get insight into the current macroeconomic environment and its implications for the markets in an insightful panel discussion featuring Maria Giraldo, Strategist and Matt Bush, Economist from Guggenheim Investments’ Macroeconomic and Investment Research Team. This informative session will explore how Guggenheim sees the inflation outlook, where Federal Reserve policy is heading, and how investors should be positioned in this environment. Thoughts on the crisis in Ukraine and outlook for a post pandemic environment will also be given.

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Looking at Yields in High-Yield Credit

A properly diversified credit portfolio should have exposure to both high-yield corporate bonds and bank loans.

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Delta Impact on Consumer Behavior Will Delay Tapering Announcement

The resurgent virus should keep a lid on Treasury Yields.

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Latest CPI Validates the Transitory Nature of Inflation Spikes

Falling demand will help limit the extent of more price increases.

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Things Couldn’t Be Better

The COVID Delta Variant’s Looming Threat to Risk Assets.

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A Better Way to Pay for Infrastructure Investments

A revival of the Obama-era Build America Bonds would raise funds with less taxes.

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Still No Reason to Panic About Inflation

June’s Consumer Price Index (CPI) again surprised to the upside, adding fuel to headline-writers’ panic about inflation spikes and market speculation that the Federal Reserve (Fed) will need to act soon to rein in prices.

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The Fed's Strategic Play: Closing the Chapter on Its Credit Facilities

Examining the Fed’s announcement to sell its SMCCF holdings.

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Inflation Is Spiking, But You Only Reopen the Economy Once

The spike in core CPI is a one-time adjustment as the economy reopens.

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In the Recovery Phase of the Credit Cycle

Strong earnings growth, low default volumes, upward rating migration, and tighter spreads in the recovery phase of the credit cycle.

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The Coming Disinflation

Supply chain disruptions may be a near-term challenge, but base effects will slow inflation next year.