Spring 2021 Market Commentary
Spring 2021 Market Commentary

Spring 2021 Market Commentary

 

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William M. Giffin
William M. Giffin
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Kevin Rice
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Spring 2021 Market Commentary

Renewed Hope. Revived Economy?

The hope of Spring is everywhere. A meaningful percentage of the population has received the vaccine. And with plentiful production, the vaccine is becoming widely accessible to the general population. As a new stimulus works its way through the system, the economy is expected to see new life. Will there be a post-Covid economic recovery?

But is this too cheery an outlook? What might we expect from the market in the months to come?

In our latest Market Commentary, we shed light on the following:

  • Will the job market continue to recover after unemployment hit record lows?
  • Will consumer confidence continue to climb?
  • Why the housing boom?
  • Will the recovery of the S&P continue to be better than expected?
  • How will the American Rescue Plan and the American Jobs Plan affect the economy?
  • Is inflation nearing a dangerous zone?

 

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Tags:  2021 Spring, American Jobs Plan , COVID Vaccination and the Economy, COVID-19, Economic Outlook, Economy and the Vaccine, Government Stimulus, Job Markets, Market Commentary

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