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Is this the last Fed rate hike of 2023?

On May 3, the Federal Reserve announced an increase of another 25 basis points (one-quarter of a percentage point). Chief Investment Officer Brian Henderson outlines the current economic situation, including the pros and cons of the Fed holding rates steady versus raising rates further.

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How do we define risk and, more importantly, manage it?

BOK Financial Chief Investment Strategist Steve Wyett explains why diversifying your assets should be a continual process and why it’s key during both good times and bad.

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    Fewer job openings, less hiring likely in the second quarter

    The U.S. job market's resiliency to a year of Fed rate hikes was one of the first quarter’s biggest surprises. CIO Brian Henderson anticipates that may end in the second quarter when there could be even more broad-based layoffs.

  • 2023 Market Outlook

    BOK Financial investment experts Brian Henderson, Steve Wyett and Cavanal Hill Investment Management President Matt Stephani provide their outlook on key issues affecting the economy and financial markets in 2023.

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