Capital Markets: The Essence of American Capitalism


By: Dr. Quincy Krosby, PhD, Chief Global Strategist

The long dormant capital markets have recently begun showing signs of interest from institutional investors and deal makers anxious to bring companies to market. While activity remains muted at best, expectations are focused on 2024, when there is a prevailing consensus that the Federal Reserve (Fed) will be finished with its rate hike campaign, and that economic conditions will be resilient enough to underpin a strong capital markets environment. Given the country’s unique characteristics in nurturing innovation and technological leadership, the role of capital markets is crucial in maintaining hegemony. That Apple’s market capitalization at the close of the second quarter crossed over $3 trillion, exemplifies the country’s dominance and the role of innovative experimentation.

Read the full commentary here: weekly-market-commentary-07.03.2023


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