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Weekly insights on the markets, economy, and financial planning

The stock market saw some real inflation this week, largely because it saw signs of disinflation in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), Producer Price Index (PPI), and Import-Export Price Index reports for July.
If you blinked, you may have missed it. But believe it or not, stocks have been recovering since June - though we've got a ways to go.
As the pandemic dragged on, some people tried new hobbies like baking bread, binge watching Tiger King, and day trading certain meme stocks.
The first week of August ended up being another winning week for the stock market, though it wasn't an east feat.
Recent reports on U.S. Gross Domestic Product for the 2nd quarter confirmed that the economy shrank in the first half of the year. Now what?
Before paying off your child's student loans, you should consider all options, especially if you have any high-interest debt yourself.
Obviously high inflation continues to be a major problem. Not only does it impact consumers' wallets but it also has wide-ranging implications for corporations, the broader economy, and investment portfolios.
Headlines that reinforced a slower growth environment were persistent this week, but just as persistent - or resilient we should say - was the stock market.
In a year like this, when everything seems to be going south, it's tempting to want to get out of the market completely.
We've enclosed our 2nd Quarter 2022 Newsletter where we share our insights on the markets, economy, investing, and financial planning. 

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