CIO Weekly Investment Outlook podcast

The balancing act

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In this week’s CIO Weekly Investment Outlook podcast, the Private Bank’s Global Chief Investment Officer, Christian Nolting looks closely at the U.S. labour market growth numbers released on Friday, in what on the surface at least looks like continued signs of robust activity, despite the Federal Reserve’s efforts to slow demand.

Fed chair Jay Powell described the labour market as “overheated” at last Wednesday’s press conference following the Fed’s decision to raise the federal funds rate by 0.75 percentage points for the fourth time in a row. But are there some initial signs of cooling coming through?

Tune in as Christian analyses the labour market data, and gives his take on the Q3 earnings season. For more investing insights, please visit deutschewealth.com

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