CIM Second Quarter Market Commentary & Outlook

CIM Second Quarter Market Commentary & Outlook

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07-27-2022 – Market Commentary

The first four months of 2022 have been the most tumultuous period for investors since the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020. For fixed income markets, it has been the worst start to a year, from a performance perspective, in forty years.

05-25-2022 – Market Commentary

Consistent with the outlook we shared in our most recent market commentary, the US economy is beginning to slow rapidly. The clearest illustration of this can be seen in the -1.4% Q1 GDP growth

05-11-2022 – News & Press Releases

Clinton Investment Management CEO Andrew Clinton discusses the outlook for the municipal bond market with Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

04-02-2022 – Market Commentary

The first four months of 2022 have been the most tumultuous period for investors since the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020. For fixed income markets, it has been the worst start to a year, from a performance perspective, in forty years.

03-15-2022 – News & Press Releases

Clinton Investment Management (CIM) has been awarded a PSN Top Guns distinction by Informa Financial Intelligence’s PSN manager database, North America’s longest running database of investment managers.

03-11-2022 – Market Commentary

Through the analysis of this data, one can see that episodes of rising municipal bond yields and corresponding bond price drawdowns are both temporary and self-correcting.

12-01-2021 – Market Commentary

During 2021, municipal bonds, once again, delivered performance that was among the highest within the fixed income asset class. This was largely attributable to extremely strong investor demand.

10-01-2021 – Market Commentary

US GDP growth slowed sharply in Q3, attributable to rising Delta variant cases, the sunsetting of many Federal stimulus lifelines, and the residual impact of a temporarily obstructed global supply chain

09-21-2021 – Market Commentary

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the credit landscape in Higher Education – negatively impacting enrollment, tuition and utilization based revenues, and, in some cases, relaxing selectivity