"All in all, given our stagflationary baseline which got exacerbated by the Russia/Ukraine war, it appears that the Fed’s focus will be more on inflation fighting despite the uncertainty created by Ukraine war based on today’s meeting. This creates further headwinds for asset markets as the central bank put remains further out of money in this cycle. From an asset allocation perspective, we remain cautious on both equities and credit markets."
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