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Market Updates

Market Update Webinar – October 4, 2022

Click below to listen to Kavar Capital Partners discuss the asset class performances in the first 3 quarters of 2022, the underlying market volatility and the outlook for monetary policy moves.   In order to view the market update webinar facilitated through Zoom, please click...
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Market Update – September 14th, 2022

A deeper dive into the CPI numbers As a follow-up to our market update last night, we wanted to provide more detail on the inflation report that rattled investors and why it caught the market so offsides. Consumer Price Index: All Items (aka “Headline”...
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Market Update – September 13th, 2022

Good Evening.  Quick check-in on today’s market action.  In a word, it was nasty.  Catalyzed by a stronger-than-expected print in the August Consumer Price Index (CPI) both stocks prices and bond yields moved in unfavorable directions.  All 3 major stock indices had difficult days...
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Market Update – August 30th, 2022

Good evening, Following Jerome Powell’s highly anticipated speech at the KC Fed’s annual Jackson Hole Symposium last Friday, capital markets have been in a tailspin.  Bonds and stocks (even the lone hold-out, commodities, capitulated today) have had little defense against souring sentiment.  Its source:...
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Market Update – July 1st, 2022

Good afternoon and I hope you have a fun July 4th weekend ahead of you! Our customary quarterly update will hit your e-mailboxes next week, but I wanted to check in quickly ahead of the holiday. The second quarter was one we were happy...
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Market Update – June 16th, 2022

Good evening, On May 4th, Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell stated: “A 75-basis point increase is not something the committee is actively considering.” However, enough changed in just 42 days that yesterday, June 15th, the FOMC not only actively considered but put into action...
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Market Update – June 10th, 2022

After staging a decent bounce (roughly 7%) off of its bottom in late May, the S&P 500 (and the other primary US stock indices) are today threatening to revisit/retest those levels.  The prospect of passing the point of “peak inflation” was dispelled this morning...
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