Market Review

As the war in Eastern Europe wages on, policymakers have wrestled with enforcing punitive measures on Russia at the expense of higher inflation and diminished energy security for the rest of the world. 

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February brought heightened volatility as a result of domestic data and geopolitical developments. The month began with a jump in payrolls here at home, leading to an increase in reates and widening credit spreads. 

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Escalating geopolitical tension and rising inflation have preoccupied U.S. policymakers through the first two months of the year, moving the approval of climate funding to the back burner. 

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Last month, we highlighted several key trends that we felt could influence the sustainable investing community over the course of 2022. Among those was the need for supportive regulatory policy momentum to continue, particularly in the U.S.

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In January, volatility returned to the rates market in a big way. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield rose from 1.48% at the end of the year to as high as 1.88% mid-month before settling at 1.77% to close out January.

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From new climate policies and ongoing labor force challenges to increasing ESG awareness among investors and corporations, 2021 marked a pivotal year for the sustainable investment community. ESG and sustainability concerns continue to impact all corners of the financial markets, compelling investors to prioritize the integration of these factors when making investment decisions.

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