At the beginning of the new year, we asked colleagues to reflect on the good and the bad of 2022. A diversity of obvious answers came flowing in – pandemic retreats, Ukraine war begins, markets decline. But we also recognized some larger trends were developing that promise to impact the future. Our limited survey revealed challenges, innovations, failures, and accomplishments that are bound to make an impact for years ahead. We wanted to share several of the insights and encourage readers to reflect on their own.
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There are many other equally, or more important, trends that can be identified. 2022 was a historic year that will leave its impacts for many years. 2023 promises to present new challenges with slowing economic growth typical of a recession, but a promise of better markets and better times. We would welcome your thoughts on the year behind and year ahead.
 Get Ready for the Richcession – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/get-ready-for-the-richcession-11672615577?mod=Searchresults_pos1&page=1
 DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT – Cash and debt operations of the United States Treasury 22100300.pdf (treasury.gov)
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