Forté Capital’s Selected Statistics
12-Month Change in Inflation
The perception of inflation has evolved from “transitory” in 2021 to “stubborn” in 2022, due in part to wage pressure and the persistence of a tight labor market. The Federal Reserve will continue to monitor employment data for signs of weakness. It may take a recession and more rate hikes to bring inflation back into the Federal Reserve’s comfort zone in the new year.
U.S. Treasury Yield Curve
The Treasury yield curve is inverted from the 1-year rate to the 30-year, indicating the potential for a recession in the next 12 months. Recent commentary from the Federal Reserve indicated that there will be additional interest rate increases in 2023, which could increase the potential for recession.
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