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Inflation continues to be the dominant global concern, even in a world of complex geopolitical dynamics that include military conflict in Ukraine, territorial flexing by China, and entrenched societal polarization. We expect the evolution of inflation and commensurate central bank responses to remain the prevailing theme in 2023. While waiting for the wave to break, however, investors must learn to surf.
At our 2023 Global Strategy Conference, we surveyed ~400 portfolio managers (PM) on their opinion of the best performing asset class in the year ahead. Relative to 2022, PM confidence in fixed income has risen the most, particularly for corporate bonds. Higher yields, more attractive coupons, and our expectation for less interest rate volatility may continue to support portfolio asset rotations back into bonds in 2023.
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