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Baker Tilly’s Jared Neven along with Town Square Capital’s Kurt Brown and Joshua Flade hosted an interactive discussion on the recent fluctuations in the markets, highlighting the rises in interest rates, the prospect of future inflation and possible impact on the broader financial markets.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the factors that play into the interest rate markets and determine the difference between short-term noise and sustained factors
  • Examine past historical periods of inflation and apply those lessons to the current market environment
  • Review how equities and the broader global markets are impacted by interest fluctuations
  • Discuss investment themes going forward for the broader financial markets

Watch the on-demand webinar now to hear their discussion.

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