Peter Essele, CFA®, CAIA®, CFP®, senior vice president for investment management and research at Commonwealth, says inflation drivers are changing and investors looking at fixed income vehicles need to take notice. Here, he describes how the inflationary pressures that drove consumer-goods prices during the pandemic are moderating, what that means for Federal Reserve policy and why longer-term fixed income investments are becoming more attractive.
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