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Fed Positions Itself to React More Quickly if Needed

Luke Tilley |
Wilmington Wire
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - part of United States central bank.

December 20, 2021 – As I’ve watched the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve get more hawkish over the past months I’m reminded of my days playing lacrosse, specifically being back on defense. When your opponent has the ball you should be in a ready position with your weight on the balls of your feet, evenly distributed, and be ready to react to your left or to your right depending on which way the attacker moves.


Episode 45:
2022 Capital Markets Forecast—The Adaptive Brilliance of Business

Tony Roth and Meghan Shue |
Capital Considerations with Tony Roth

December 15—“Global resource disorder.” It’s a term the team coined to convey the severe labor market shortage which—more than any other economic factor—has brought about a massive breakdown in the normally well-oiled global supply chain.


Episode 44:
2022 Capital Markets Forecast—An Economic Cycle Unlike Any Other

Tony Roth and Luke Tilley |
Capital Considerations with Tony Roth

December 15—The health crisis of the past two years has resulted in acute dislocations among key pockets of the economy, leading to a cycle that is unprecedented. We face inflation that’s at its highest in nearly four decades and the tightest-ever labor market. Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth and Chief Economist Luke Tilley discuss the disconnects within the economy, the anticipated trajectory for inflation, and much more. Please listen to important disclosures at the end of the podcast.