Chairman Powell's Fed: A Slightly Hawkish Tilt

The Fed, as expected, raised interest rates by 0.25% to 1.75%. Chairman Powell fulfilled expectations of a more hawkish FOMC, yet quelled concerns of too hawkish a tilt. We believe the Fed continues to risk being behind the curve in raising rates.
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Volatility Overdue, Economic Growth on Track

What does recent volatility mean for investors? Despite the recent market sell-off, it is important to put this bout of volatility into context.
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