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2023 outlook: The good, the bad and the unknown

December 20, 2022

For all the gloomy talk about the economy in 2023, stabilizing interest rates could be a bright spot for investors.

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The Fed pivoting to a pause, not to cuts

November 21, 2022

Eyes remain firmly on the Federal Reserve, which has engineered a landscape of materially higher real and nominal rates.

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As elections dust settles, markets shift attention back to inflation and the Fed

November 9, 2022

The repercussions of US midterm elections will be felt over the coming months and years, not days. The key is how the results are transmitted to the economy, chiefly through monetary and fiscal policy.  

2023 outlook: The good, the bad and the unknown

December 20, 2022

For all the gloomy talk about the economy in 2023, stabilizing interest rates could be a bright spot for investors. But with imbalances lurking in the shadows, 2023 could be the year for higher-quality bonds, select large- and small-cap stocks, and private-market investments.

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Voya Views: How are E, S and G evolving?

August 24, 2022

Listen in as Jim Dorment (head of value and portfolio manager) and Laura Kane (head of ESG research) gather to peel back the layers on key topics facing ESG investors today.

How are E, S and G evolving? takes a look at critical changes in how investors assess each component of environment, social and governance factors. It’s not enough to focus (rightly) on the low-carbon transition—there are issues of labor disruptions caused by the transition to consider as well.  

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Lightening the Sails and Monitoring the Storm

July 26, 2022

Risks are rising: the Fed must thread a narrowing needle-eye to stop inflation without causing a recession. We’ve lightened equity positioning and reduced risk within fixed income segments of portfolios.

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