Equity Markets, Changes in Inflation Expectations, and Interest Rates – 9/16/22 Podcast

Welcome to the Nicolet Wealth Management Investment Podcast. On today’s episode you will hear Adam Longlais and Mike Steppe discuss the recent sell off in equity markets, changes in inflation expectations and the outlook for interest rates and much more.  Listen in as our team also discusses:

  • What has happened in the financial markets over the past few weeks?
  • How does inflation impact the economy
  • If the Fed continues to increase rates, does this suggest we will see higher inflation going forward?
  • Is there a point at which higher interest rates can lower inflation?
  • How does the economy impact the housing market?
  • What are the indicators of a severe recession?
  • How do rising interest rates and a lack of available housing affect the mobility of labor?
  • Which industries are being impacted by the stronger US dollar?
  • What is the current economic state of energy?
  • What are factors that influence the market?
  •  What does the acronym T.I.N.A. mean in relation to the economy?

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