November 2022 Monthly Recap

Talking Points

  • Inflation moved lower for the fourth consecutive month from 8.2% to 7.7%, and was below the forecast of 8%

  • The Fed hiked rates by 0.75% for the fourth consecutive time, but hinted at a slowing pace going forward

  • The 10-year Treasury Yield fell from 4.10% to 3.68% as investors priced in the possibility of lower rates in the future

  • The NAHB Housing Market Index fell for an 11th straight month to 33, largely due to mortgage rates and elevated prices

  • Consumer confidence remains near historical lows while consumer spending remains robust - contradicting each other

Market Health Indicator*

Market Data

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*The Market Health Indicator is a monthly indicator created in September 2021 that is designed to measure market health on a scale of 0 - 100, analyzing various market segments such as economics, technicals, and volatility using data back to January of 2000. Higher scores indicate healthier market conditions.  


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Carrie Russom Quraishi, JD, CAPP
Carrie provides personalized wealth management, tax and estate planning services to clients in AR, TX & TN.
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