Capital Market Outlook—What to Expect After 2022's Roller-Coaster Ride
Dec. 6 | Noon to 1:30 p.m. EST | USQS CE and JBEA CPE Available
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
The year started with historically low interest rates and historically high capital market pricing. Over time, a narrative had developed to explain this—perhaps this was the "new normal." Then an inflation spike changed that narrative. The Federal Reserve responded by raising rates and tightening the money supply, with expected impacts on both capital markets and the economy.
How will this latest chapter play out? What should we expect for the economy, interest rates and returns going forward? And looking to the longer term—have the fundamental dynamics of our macro-economy changed forever?
This webinar is intended to support pension actuaries with responsibility for setting and assessing economic assumptions. It will provide an analysis of current capital market conditions in the context of historical trends, and offer insights into the implications for economic projections and impact on retirement plans going forward.
- Jerry Mingione, MAAA, FSA, EA
- Evan Inglis, MAAA, FSA, FCA, EA
Maria E. Moliterno, MAAA, ASA, EA
Member, Pension Committee
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