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Credit's Weekly Thoughts

Credit Musings: February 6, 2023

This week, we discuss record corporate buybacks, increasing U.S lending, and thawing of the housing market.

Credit's Weekly Thoughts

Credit Musings: Quarterly Credit Update

In this quarterly report, the Credit Team provides their thoughts on the housing market, companies preparing for an economic downtown, consumer spending trends, tightening spreads, and corporate earnings.

Credit's Weekly Thoughts

Credit Musings: January 12, 2023

This week, we discuss the recent Speaker battle and how that process foreshadows this year’s upcoming debt ceiling negotiations.

Press Release

Public Trust Announces Senior Director of Investment Services

Public Trust Advisors is pleased to announce that Casey Gunning recently joined the firm as a Senior Director of Investment Services and is based in Colorado.

Monthly Economic Update

Battling Inflation: No Pain, No Gain

While the labor market remains strong, recent data suggests that it could be starting to cool. The labor market has proven resilient in this high-inflation …

Monthly Economic Update

The Fed’s Near-Term Battle With Inflation

The markets continue to speculate on the appropriate course of action for the Federal Reserve as it struggles to get inflation under control.

Credit's Weekly Thoughts

Credit Musings: December 13, 2022

This week, we discuss a new problem the Fed is facing and the looser U.K. banking regulations.

Credit's Weekly Thoughts

Credit Musings: November 28, 2022

This week, we discuss the recent housing market developments, U.S. unemployment, and Black Friday spending.

Monthly Economic Update

November 2022 Economic Update

U.S. GDP growth bounced back in the third quarter snapping that two-quarter contraction that caused a technical recession.

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